Zambezi Elephant Fund
As recently as 1930, Africa was home to some 10 million elephants. Over the years, conflict and poaching, due largely to the ivory trade, have placed this iconic species in real danger. The Zambezi Valley is one of the continent’s last strongholds. And even here, poaching has reduced the population by 60 percent. Zambezi Elephant Fund puts boots on the ground to fight poaching. They fund ranger training and supply patrol equipment. They provide and maintain a fleet of Land Cruisers and fund critically important aircraft surveillance. This is a cause that deserves your support. Talk to us about how you can get involved.