Keep The Five Alive

Keep The Five Alive

September 22 is World Rhino Day, a  global conservation initiative to raise public awareness of  for the five rhino species in the world. All five are facing  the threat of extinction if not protected: Black Rhino (Africa), White Rhino (Africa), Javan (Asia), Sumatran (Asia), and Greater One-Horned (India and Nepal).  

Giving the Gift of Conservation

Giving the Gift of Conservation

Every December since 2014, the caring team at Radue Optometrists give their boss, Dean Radue, the gift of a conservation donation to show their appreciation – a great gift for someone who is passionate about conservation. “We wanted to give Mr Radue a meaningful gift that meant something to him,” says Di Morris, Radue Optometrists. “Our boss is passionate about conservation and the preservation of wildlife, and what better gift than to donate to a cause close to his heart while also contributing to keeping our rhinos safe in the Eastern Cape.”

UK Vet Student Raises £1,200 for Chipembere Rhino Foundation

UK Vet Student Raises £1,200 for Chipembere Rhino Foundation

Meg Turner is a 23-year-old final year vet student at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. She recently raised £1200 for rhino conservation by running a 42km marathon. A massive thank you from all of us at Chipembere Rhino Foundation to Meg for her incredible contribution! Watching the Lion King as a child ignited Meg’s passion for African wildlife. Since then, she has dedicated her life to helping animals big and small.

JuMu Donation Funds Rhino Tracking Collars

JuMu Donation Funds Rhino Tracking Collars

A massive thank you from all of us at Chipembere Rhino Foundation to our friends at JuMu Rhino Fund for another incredible donation of R50,784.00! Dedicated to protecting and preserving the diminishing number of rhino in South Africa, Chipembere Rhino Foundation has allocated the funds towards the purchase of 13 rhino tracking collars that were donated to two private rhino reserves in the Eastern Cape so that they may better monitor and protect their rhino.

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