Help save the elephants by contributing to the Zambezi Elephant Fund
SAVING THE ELEPHANTS RUN IN CENTRAL PARK, NEW YORK
We are very excited to announce that on Saturday November 17, the Zambezi Elephant Fund will be the beneficiary of Saving the Elephants Run in New York’s Central Park.
An event for everyone, the Saving the Elephants 10km Run/Walk is a chance to run, jog or walk around beautiful Central Park, with the opportunity to help raise valuable funds for our planet’s gentle giants back here in Zimbabwe.
Early bird registration for the Saving the Elephants Run 2018 is now open. Click this link to sign up for the run.
We can’t wait to see you all on November 17th in Central Park!
Active Anti-Poaching – Let’s Combine our Efforts
Throughout Africa elephant populations are being poached at alarming rates. The Zambezi Elephant Fund (ZEF) has been formed specifically to address the escalating rise of poaching in the Zambezi Valley in Zimbabwe. It all began when a group of like-minded Zimbabweans, concerned individuals, operators, NGOs and relevant government bodies joined to form the collaborative ZEF initiative.
This is an area that has already lost its rhino population to poaching and is now losing elephants every month. Serious collective action is now absolutely critical in helping to stop the killing of elephants for their ivory here.
Please support our fundraising efforts by purchasing a copy of Elephants & Albidas
Special Limited Edition – $100
Zimbabwean photographer, Gregg Robinson, together with a small team, has created a large format, coffee table book that captures the beauty and wonder of the elephants of the Zambezi Valley. He hopes, through this publication, to delight, inform and spread an important message of collaborative conservation. Included in the book are wildlife sketches from well known fellow Zimbabwean Gareth Hook. Along with Gregg’s stunning photography the reader will be treated to interesting insights, descriptions and narration on the valley and its giant inhabitants.