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Hoedspruit Elephant Rehabilitation & Development

Org #97925
Vetted since 2021 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2020
year founded
$610,313
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

South Africa's first and only dedicated elephant orphanage, HERD (Hoedspruit Elephant Rehabilitation and Development) orphanage was built in 2019 in response to a growing number of orphaned elephant calves that need a place of rehabilitation and an existing herd that will accept them unconditionally. HERD Trust was established following a 24-year journey in caring for elephants that were displaced or orphaned due to human-elephant conflict.

Project Leaders
Sunel Craythorne
Sunel Craythorne
Delene Odendal
Delene Odendal
Adine Roode
Adine Roode
Team
Delene Odendaal, Greg Behrens
Organization Information
374 Milner Street
Waterkloof Forum Unit 1
Pretoria, Gauteng 0105
South Africa
+27124605605
Organization Information
374 Milner Street
Waterkloof Forum Unit 1
Pretoria, Gauteng 0105
South Africa
+27124605605

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Growing Up - An Almost 5 Year Old Khanyisa!

By Sunel Craythorne | Fundraising Administrator

What a privilege to report back on Khanyisa, the growing albino snare survivor in our care. Our last update was about Khanyisa who is learning to share now that there is a new baby in her... Read the full report ›

THE FINAL STRETCH

By Sunel Craythorne | Fundraising Administrator

We have exactly two months to go until we embark on our first trip into Africa, to distribute valuable books, resources and equipment to different universities, animal sanctuaries and schools. In the... Read the full report ›

Building a Sustainable Home for Elephants

By Sunel Craythorne | Fundraising Administrator

We are happy to report back on our land restoration project at HERD Trust. We have 2 new dedicated Nature management students joining our team during the 3rd year of their studies. During their time... Read the full report ›
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