With so many threats to our planet and so many causes to support, it can often become overwhelming. That is why we are making it as easy as possible for you to help us to save South Africa’s endangered species.
You may just be one person, but one person can change the world. Remember that every little bit helps and in small, but meaningful ways, you too can make a difference.
1. Spread the word: By educating yourself about the plights of our black rhinos, African painted dogs, cheetahs and vultures, you can help us to spread the word. Assist us by educating family and friends about the issues that these endangered species face. Sign up to our newsletter and like our Facebook page. Don’t forget to follow our blog, which in real time will transport you into the field with our conservation team, as they work to save a snared African Wild Dog or transport black rhinos into more secure areas. Every like, every retweet and every comment helps us to make a difference.
2. Volunteer: Want to get your hands dirty doing real conservation work? Then join Wildlife ACT as a volunteer and assist our wildlife monitors in the field. Wildlife ACT, the volunteer organisation which supports the Wildlife ACT Fund, allows you to experience real conservation work in action while having a very real African wildlife experience. Click here to find out more about becoming a Wildlife ACT volunteer.
3. Donate: Every cent helps – we promise! From the purchasing of monitoring and lifesaving equipment, to the relocation of endangered species and the educating of local communities, even R10 a month can make a huge difference in our fight to save these priority species. Click here to make a donation, a donation that could help stop a species from becoming extinct.
4. Become an Activist: So you have educated yourself, liked our Facebook page, made a donation and perhaps even volunteered, but you still want to do more… then join us as a Wildlife ACT Fund Activist. Click here to create your online Activist profile and help us to spread our message around the world.