One of the most dynamic and efficiently run conservation charities we have ever come across. Tusk, as their name suggests, have been instrumental in helping the African Elephant to recover after numbers were devastated due to poaching. They support Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and have recently established the Toki Trust, specifically developed to help meet the costs of ensuring this wonderful cat, and others like him, have a positive future.
Tusk’s current portfolio of 40 field projects spread across 17 African countries is designed not only to protect wildlife, particularly endangered species, but to help alleviate poverty and encourage sustainable development and education amongst many poor rural communities who live alongside wildlife. Conservation of wildlife remains a key objective with substantial funding being applied towards the protection of many threatened species such as elephant, rhino, cheetah, chimpanzee, mountain and lowland gorillas, African wild dog, giant sable and even marine species like turtles.
Simon is a patron of Tusk Trust.
Ways you can help...
There are a number of different ways you can help support the work of the Tusk Trusk including...
- Donate online
- Donate by phone
- Donate by post
- and more...
For a full list of ways you can help take a look at their Support Page.