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Wildlife and our last remaining wild places are being destroyed because of human action or inaction and because of our own short –term greed.

Peter Fearnhead, CEO, African Parks Network, South Africa


 

Join 500 people who want to help fight poaching.

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The African Wildlife Foundation has an opportunity to match all donations made by new donors by 31 May 2019.

New donors can DOUBLE THEIR IMPACT

Help the charity raise $100,000 by that date and your gift will be doubled. Give $10, and will become $20.  Give $25 and it will become $50.   Double your impact with your gift – you give what you can and want to give, and it will be doubled! 

Join 500 other new donors and fight poachers - they will meet their match!


The funds raised will help save elephants, rhinos, lions and other species from wildlife traffickers.

So how will your donation help?  What difference will it make?

The African Wildlife Foundation says that:

  • Sniffer dogs will track poachers to their hiding places
  • Co-ordination among wildlife authorities will deter poachers
  • Canine detection teams will bust smugglers with 90% accuracy
  • Law enforcement and prosecutors willuse AWF training to build cases against wildlife criminals and impose just sentences
  • New technologies, including drones, will incrase surveillance and a new cybersecurity initiative will help identify international trafficers and disrupt online sales

The charity are looking for 500 new donors by 31 May 2019 
UPDATE:  THEY GOT THEM :-) But you can still donate!

The email I had this morning says that Candice Bergen will kindly double your gift of any amount.  But the charity is needing these donors if that’s to happen.

They are on the way to achieving that goal – so if you can donate to charity, please take a look at the African Wildlife Foundation and join 500 others (or maybe more!) in making a difference to wildlife.

I'm in - will you join in as well?  

DONATE TODAY

 

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