Pangolins are being trafficked in staggering numbers. We need your help to improve education and awareness campaigns, contribute to research, implement protection and rehabilitation projects on ground, and support the work of other individuals and organisations across Africa.
We are a registered NPO and all funds received go directly to the project featured.
Help us rehabilitate pangolins rescued from electric fencing
Organisation: Northern Cape rehabilitation facility
We have partnered with the van Niekerk family in the Northern Cape to operate a small rehabilitation facility, supported by the Tikki Hywood Foundation.
Help fund pangolin endocrinology research
Organisation: Johannesburg Wildlife Veterinary Hospital
Dr Karin Lourens is undertaking a study to establish normal hormone levels and gain a better understanding of pangolins gestation and reproduction processes.
Help us show our ground-breaking new film to kids in Africa
We’ve launched an intensive educational campaign for Eye of the Pangolin, to take the film to rural schools in areas where poaching may be a community livelihood or cultural practice.
Buy essential gear for a pangolin researcher
Organisation: Our research partners in Africa
Pangolins are enigmatic creatures and challenging to monitor. Camera traps and tracking devices are the best tools to help researchers learn more about them and understand their behaviour.
SA based donors can receive a Section 18A certificate for donations over R1,000.
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Donate through US public charity Empowers Africa who are our fiscal partner in the United States. All donations made by US citizens are tax-deductible for US federal income tax purposes.
If your country is not represented above you can donate on our website (in South African Rands)