How much is a ‘Thank You’ worth?

Looking for a job where you’re unappreciated? Employee must:

  •  work for minimal wages
  • work long hours, spending weeks away from family
  • sleep in the bush in rain, sun, cold and heat
  • be constantly alert for wildlife hazards (i.e snakes, cape buffalo, lions, etc)
  • may be injured or killed at any given moment

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Sound extreme? That’s the life of a wildlife ranger. They do get appreciation from conservationists, at least in words. At “Fight for Rhinos”, we see plenty of “Thank You’s” in gratitude of their undaunting work. Unfortunately words are not enough. They need and deserve so much more.

In our current campaign “Training Rangers to Protect Rhinos”, we are raising funds to send an anti-poaching unit to human tracker training. This group has basic training, but is inexperienced with HUMAN tracking. In order to prevent more loss of rhino,  and for the safety of the rangers, we are seeking funds to send them to an Anti-Poaching Tracking Course .

A combined effort of “Go Fund Me” along with PayPal donations on our site have brought us to $600. We only need $400 more.

If all of our followers shared this story and turned their “thank you” into even $5, we would not only surpass our goal, but be able to send 13 more APUs to training!

Please help. Your little bit goes a LONG way.

Donate at Go Fund Me or Paypal on the left corner of our page.

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