A third translocated rhino in Manas National Park was killed this week by poachers leaving behind a two-week old calf. We need your help to rescue the remaining rhinos in Manas right now.
Rhinos desperately need your help! Join our efforts to protect rhinos by contributing today. Every gift helps!
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|A Gift of $50||Will enable Indonesia’s Sumatran Rhino Sanctuary to provide five days of food, medicine and care for one Sumatran rhino.|
|A Gift of $100||Will fund one rhino protection unit -- five rangers -- in Indonesia’s Ujung Kulon National Park while they patrol the park and prevent poaching of Javan rhinos and other animals for four days.|
|A Gift of $500||Will pay for two satellite radios for South African rangers to use to immediately report indications of black rhino poachers, so that they can be apprehended and prosecuted.|
|A Gift of $1,000||Will pay for one month of veterinary care for Zimbabwe’s population of black rhinos, enabling staff veterinarians to rescue and treat animals that have been injured by poachers or caught in snares.|
|A Gift of $5,000||Will fund construction of one guard post in India’s Manas National Park, where park rangers will live and work while guarding newly-translocated Indian rhinos.|
Why We're Different.
Ninety-three percent of your gift goes directly to our field programs.
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The International Rhino Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible.
If you have any questions about donating to IRF, please email Susie Ellis or call (540) 465-9595.