Helping Rhinos

Helping Rhinos

Helping Rhinos is a UK-registered charity dedicated to the conservation of rhinos and other endangered wildlife. The charity was founded in 2012 by a group of passionate individuals who were concerned about the decline in rhino populations.

Helping Rhinos works to protect rhinos through a variety of initiatives, including:

  • Anti-poaching: Helping Rhinos supports anti-poaching units in Kenya and South Africa. These units work to track down and arrest poachers, and to protect rhinos from being killed.
  • Community engagement: Helping Rhinos works with local communities to raise awareness about the importance of rhino conservation. The charity also supports community-based projects that help to reduce the demand for rhino horn.
  • Research: Helping Rhinos supports research into rhino conservation. This research helps to improve our understanding of rhinos and the threats they face.
  • Education: Helping Rhinos works to educate the public about rhino conservation. The charity produces educational materials, runs workshops, and gives talks.

Helping Rhinos is a vital organization that is working to protect rhinos from extinction. The charity's work is making a real difference, and it is helping to ensure that rhinos will continue to roam the wild for many years to come.

Here are some of the ways you can help Helping Rhinos:

  • Donate: Your donation will help Helping Rhinos to continue its work protecting rhinos.
  • Volunteer: Helping Rhinos is always looking for volunteers. You can help with a variety of tasks, including fundraising, marketing, and event planning.
  • Spread the word: Tell your friends and family about Helping Rhinos and its work. The more people who know about the charity, the more support it will receive.

Every little bit helps. Thank you for your support!

Find Us

50 Coulstock Rd, Burgess Hill RH15 9XZ, UK
07912 346223
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