2nd annual Enormous Elephant Run: Los Angeles 2019

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  Mar 09 2019 . 4730 Crystal Springs Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027, USA

The Enormous Elephant Run: Los Angeles is back for 2019 — and it's bigger and better than ever. We have several exciting additions to our second annual event, including your choice of making it a 5k or 10k race!

Thanks to our incredible supporters and event sponsors, our 1st Enormous Elephant Run in LA far exceeded our expectations, with over 1,000 participants and over $100,000 raised to support elephants! Help us keep the momentum going and join our herd to help raise vital funds for the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust USA's life-saving wildlife conservation work in Kenya by creating a free, easy CrowdRise fundraising page. Your fundraising and team building efforts will benefit the elephants in the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's care and those living wild. 

To set up your free, easy CrowdRise fundraising page for the EER LA 2019: 

1.) Click the "Join Campaign" button 

2.) Select "Creat a New Team" to create a new fundraising page; (to donate to a pre-existing fundraising page, select "Join a Team")

3.) Fill out the information, save, and you're good to go! You can share your fundraising page link with friends, family, coworkers, neighbors and help us raise the vital funds needed to rescue and rehabilate orphaned elephants and other wildlife in Kenya.

For additional help or questions, please feel free to email the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust USA at 

To register for the 2nd annual Enormous Elephant Run: Los Angeles 2019, click on this link, and then click on the red "OPEN" button:

At Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, we work to protect Kenya’s wildlife and wild habitats, including elephants and the land where they roam. At the heart of the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's work is our successful Orphans’ Project with over 230 orphaned elephants raised through the nursery, with the end goal for each elephant a return to a wild life. The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's work encompasses a much broader vision too – one that ensures the sustainable protection of wildlife, habitats and communities for future generations. Whether registered to participate or just looking for a way to rally your friends to support Africa’s elephants, we appreciate your efforts! 

Posted by The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust USA