Helping Rhinos

Helping Rhinos

Charity information

Helping Rhinos

Creating awareness of the issues threatening the global rhino population and raising funds to help protect them for future generations.

Founded 2008

  • Mission statement

    We aim to work with our approved field projects to help reduce the record high level of rhino poaching in their natural habitat as well as initiatives in key destination markets for rhino horn to reduce demand.

    Our specially selected projects on the ground aim to deliver tangible results in our quest to save the rhino from extinction in our life time.

    We believe it is critical to work with the local communities in building a sustainable model that will allow rhinos and all wildlife to co-exist with the human populations.

  • Aims

    Helping Rhinos aims to:

    • To reduce the current record high levels of rhino poaching in their natural habitat by supporting our project partners operating in the field.
    • To reduce demand for rhino horn in key destination markets by working in collaboration with local organisations to influence the behaviour relating to the use of rhino horn
    • To provide local communities with initiatives that will allow them to live peacefully alongside populations of rhinos and all other wildlife species through unique education based projects
    • Helping an international audience understand how they can make a difference by giving talks and lectures to schools, colleges, universities and adult groups
  • Overview

    Established: March 2008

    Registered Charity Number: 1155309

    Board members: 5

    Volunteers: 8

    Phone number: 07912346223

    Address: 50 Coulstock Road Burgess Hill West Sussex RH15 9XZ

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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