Wildlife SOS is a conservation non-profit in India, established in 1995 with the primary objective of rescuing and rehabilitating wildlife in distress and preserving India’s natural heritage.
On a work trip to India in 2012, I had the great honor to visit their elephant rescue and sanctuary when it was just getting started. The elephants are well-cared for, have their own swimming pool, and are taken on walks every morning and afternoon on the surrounding pasture land.
More than 3,000 elephants still remain in captivity in India. Many are forced to work under deprived conditions in slums, crowded cities, and at tourist destinations. I have seen first hand their suffering, but more importantly, the work that Wildlife SOS is doing to intervene and rescue sick, tired, and injured elephants.
Thank you for donating! In 2019 all proceeds from the free webinars that I present will go towards helping Wildlife SOS rescue and care for these amazing, beautiful animals.
Thank you for giving 🐘,
Heather Mansfield, Founder, Nonprofit Tech for Good