| Apr 3, 2023
Thank you for protecting and preserving wildlife
Suni-Ridge Environmental Rehabilitation Centre
Dear Project of the Month Club Member,
The iSimangaliso Wetland Park, a World Natural Heritage Site in South Africa, and surrounding communities are home to diverse wildlife, including more than 80 indigenous species. When these animals are ill, injured, or orphaned, they can suffer for months if they don’t receive help.
Suni-Ridge Sand Forest Park, Environmental Rehabilitation Centre’s project Help Wildlife With Emergency Medical Treatment manages an emergency wildlife relief fund to supplement the high costs of emergency medical care for animals in need.
“We have been overwhelmed with gratitude to have been selected as Project of the Month,” Janet Anne Cuthbertson, Project Leader & Founder Chair of Suni-Ridge Sand Forest Park Environmental Rehabilitation Centre shared.
In addition to providing direct emergency veterinary treatment in iSimangalsio Wetland Park, Suni-Ridge plans to use the Project of the Month Club donations to improve quiet and secure recovery stables for the complex medical treatment and recovery of injured and orphaned animals. And by improving drone surveillance, security fencing, and wildlife monitoring, they will strengthen security against poachers.
“Finally, the donation will help us expand for safekeeping areas of biodiversity that wildlife call home,” Janet added. “We would like to express our most sincere and heartfelt thanks.”
To learn more about how Suni-Ridge Sand Forest Park, Environmental Rehabilitation Centre is working to prevent animal suffering through their Help Wildlife With Emergency Medical Treatment project, read their most recent report.
Thank you for your commitment to a better world!