Get involved and help make a difference. The black and white African rhino are two of only five rhino species left, with the black rhino listed as critically endangered and the white rhino as near threatened. Since 2008, rhino poaching has increased and these gentle giants are trapped in a fight for survival. Rhinos are slaughtered for their horn, which some cultures believe has supernatural and medicinal properties. However, rhino horn does not make you younger, make you more fertile, free you from demons, or cure typhoid or the flu. It only kills rhinos.
Organisations around the world are devoted to rhino conservation. We contribute to various awareness campaigns, such as the Rhino Art project that aims to reach 1 million South African kids, convincing them of the importance of saving the rhino.
With each donation, we get closer to keeping these gentle giants from extinction. You can help make a difference.