The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has created an online gift giving site that allows you to purchase specific gifts for special occasions, whilst aiding our work in Kenya
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has created an online gift giving site that allows you to purchase specific gifts for special occasions, whilst aiding our work in Kenya.
Every area of our work is equally important, from boots for the Anti-Poaching Team when out in the field, to comforting blankets for the orphaned baby elephants. With this new website you can Give a Gift to a loved one who is passionate about elephants, whilst making a real difference to both the protection of wildlife and the support of communities in Kenya. Give a Gift small wishes can make a big difference.
All of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust's feel good gifts are suitable for any budget, just $12 for a sun hat which will protect a Keeper from the blistering sun or $25 for a large tin of SMA milk formula, providing the baby elephants with the nutrients they desperately need to develop without their Mothers milk. Click here to see a full list of items available to purchase.
If you feel particularly passionate about the Anti-Poaching efforts for example, you can purchase a hand held radio to ensure they are in constant contact with one another to act swiftly. However if you wish to fund the Orphans Project there are elephant rescue stretchers to milk bottle teats available.
There are 6 different categories to choose from:
1. Orphans Project
3. Aerial Surveillance
4. Mobile Vets
5. Saving Habitats
6. Community Outreach
The online gift shop also provides a deeper insight into our work, allowing you to see exactly where our kind donations from supporters go and just how crucial they are to the success of our work in Kenya.
If you already foster an elephant and would like to support the DSWT in a new way, the Give a Gift scheme provides you with the freedom and choice to do just that.
Select your gifts, make your payment, receive your e-card and know that a wish has come true in support of the protection of Kenya's wildlife.