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How you can help 3 rural schools in the Greater Kruger National Park

Help How Many Elephants to pilot solar internet in 3 rural schools in the Greater Kruger National Park in South Africa.

We need your help! Let me introduce you to Felicia – a young girl living in a remote rural community – Her current prospects to succeed and prosper are limited. Just imagine if access to the internet allowed her to develop skills needed for a better life. Imagine, with a quality education, if she could inspire conservation efforts to protect the wildlife and her natural heritage. Are you ready to make this happen? Support us and our partners, The Black Mambas, an all-female anti-poaching team. We believe educating children about protecting wildlife is the most effective approach to stop poaching.

Please help the How Many Elephants reach the £3766 target during December on Global Giving.  http://goto.gg/49871

How Many Elephants is a UK registered charity (1186238) and will be attending WTM Africa next year. They’re passionate about inspiring and educating a global audience about the devastating impacts of the African elephant ivory trade, using design as a powerful tool to bridge the gap between scientific data and human connection. They work with and support rangers fighting to make a difference on the front line of wildlife conservation in Africa.

“Navigating the fundraising space has been incredibly challenging this year. However, we remain totally committed to supporting direct action anti-poaching initiatives so they can continue with their vital work to protect the wildlife in Africa. Now is more important than ever to continue supporting this conservation work” says Holly Budge, Founder of How Many Elephants.

Travel companies are warmly invited to create their own fundraising pages on Global Giving to help How Many Elephants reach their target. More info at: http://goto.gg/49871

How Many Elephants

How Many Elephants

How Many Elephants (UK registered charity: 1186238) is a powerful, design-led campaign that educates and inspires a global audience about the devastating impacts of the ivory trade in Africa. They use design to bridge the gap between scientific data and human connection in a non- gory way. To connect with this data visually is highly impactful.