About Us

All 5 species of rhinos are critically endangered. They are being poached for their horns at the rate of 3 a day! Without intervention, they will become extinct within a few short years.

Fight For Rhinos mission is to ensure a future for rhinos by creating awareness toward the poaching crisis and providing support for rhino conservation projects.

Established in 2012, we are an officially registered 501 non-profit in the United States.

We are part of the global Rhino Alliance, and we support projects that we feel are the BEST combined efforts to secure a future for rhinos.

For projects to date, please see “How we help”.

We greatly appreciate any and all support for our efforts.  100% of donations go directly to the rhinos in our field projects.  We do not take a cut for administrative fees or personal expenses.

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38 thoughts on “About Us

  1. Hi there! I have nominated you for the Shine On Blog Award. Do with it what you will. http://girrlearth.com/2013/05/13/receiving-and-giving-the-shine-on-blog-award/
    -Best,
    Girl for Animal Liberation

  2. Thank God for you.
    Bless you for what you do.

    • Thank you Gatorwoman! People with similar passion like yourself keep me going. We can only hope to make a difference…

  3. Hello:
    I have nominated you for a Most Influential Blogger Award,
    please follow the link below to see all of the details.

    What you do here is simply awesome~

    http://walkingwiththealligators.wordpress.com/

  4. You are most welcome and most deserving~

  5. Great blog! So glad to have like minded people with big hearts in the blog world!

  6. Where did you get your header?! I LOVE it!

    • Thanks! Isn’t it great? I wish I could take credit. I found it somewhere online. Hopefully eventually I’ll run across the creator and be able to credit them!

  7. Hi Rhino Girl, Great blog posts, we didn’t even know there was a loop hole in the Rhino Protection, Glad it has been closed.

    If you ever want to get your post out to a wider audience, we would love to publish a post by you on our blog. and of course we will share the post with as many people as we can facebook twitter and such.. let us know http://www.safari365.com/blog

  8. I think what you’re doing here is great!! Keep it up! Celeste 🙂

  9. Sheikh. Amna Rafiq

    So happy to see humanity alive in humans…. I really love your thoughts and I’ll love to follow them… I my self love animals allot don’t like cruelty towards them… 🙂 what you’re doing for the sake of animals, especially rianos, is really good… I appreciate it allot… 🙂 I am really glad to come across your blog… I’ll love to give the special credit to Philip, 🙂 he’s such a nice guy with such nice words and so you are… I am really impressed keep the hard work going…. Stay blessed and keep blessing 🙂

  10. Hi Rhino Girl… are you going to fund raise? And if you are where will you place your funds?

    • Yes, I plan to Margot. Just returned from Kenya. I am finalizing a couple things. I will be working closely with Helping Rhinos.

  11. Congratulations, Rhino Girl!

    I have nominated your blog for the Blogging Buddy Award.

    More about this nomination is at

    http://dearkitty1.wordpress.com/2013/12/14/blogging-buddy-award-thank-you-dear-horty/

  12. I have nominated you for an award. If you do not accept awards – no problem. Simply interpret this as my admiration for your tireless work and sharing your wonderful posts with us all. ~ Carina 🙂
    http://telania.wordpress.com/2013/12/20/i-humbly-accept-the-following-award-nomination/

  13. Hello Girl,
    Please accept my congratulations and my nomination for the Versatile Blogger award. I nominated you out of respect for what you have to say in your blog. I don’t know if you accept such awards, but if you do, go to my website for the award information. It’s the second post at http://garryrogers.com.
    I hope you have a great day and a great rest of the year!
    Garry

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  15. Congratulations, Rhino Girl! I have nominated you for another award. If you do not wish to accept it – no problem. Simply interpret this as my admiration and for sharing your wonderful posts with us all. ~ Amelia 🙂 http://mungaiandthegoaconstrictor.me/2014/02/03/thanks-for-the-nominations-part-two/

  16. ravenskeeper

    Having been born and bred in Tanzania (Tanganyika as I knew it), it breaks my heart to see what has happened to wildlife in Africa. I spent large parts of my youth bouncing down the dirt tracks in the bush with my parents – wild creatures every where. The sounds of the night where wonderful, magical. Sadly I think I saw the best of it as today it is but a shadow of how it was. Such loss & destruction; the world seems to have no idea of the magnificence, beauty, and incalculable treasure that is being destroyed and murdered and all for ‘a piece of gold’. So many creatures all ready extinct, and so many others hanging on by a thread. What kind of indictment does that say for humanity. So sad, so terribly terribly sad.

    I salute you all for trying to turn the tide, many blessings Ravenskeeper.

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  18. I really do not know how you guys can handle this. I am ashamed to be human and we are killing some of the most beautiful animals in the world. I wanne be a part and do my bid. How can we as South Africans let this happen. Bloody hell we love our wild live.

    • It is NOT easy. But the alternative is not “handling this” and turning away. We cannot and will not.
      By donating to reputable conservation projects to save them, raising awareness in social media and local outlets and
      not quitting. You will read about another poaching tomorrow, BUT you will also read about a birth, a new law, new celebrity advocates, or heroic rangers.
      It is a war-there will be more killings, but with enough pressure, we can stop the bleeding!

      Being in SA, you have a unique perspective and opportunity to be present. Show up in court proceedings when you can. This inspires prosecutors, impresses judges and shows support. Pay attention to any and all council meetings locally. Start or add to petitions that may be in the local communities.

      If there’s any support you need, please contact us via email at Fightforrhinos@gmail.com.

      Thank you for caring!

  19. Love your site! Thank you so much for everything you do to help these animals!! ❤

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  21. I think you are writing great articles and bringing some great thoughts to issues involving wildlife. I hope that I can inspire people as much as you do. Keep it up.

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