Help a Ranger, Save a Rhino
Save the Rhino has helped fund rhino conservation efforts in South Africa’s Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park since 2006, and right now the rangers need our support more than ever.
With the increasing poaching threat, funding for ranger equipment is urgently needed in order to replace old items that have worn through and equip more rangers to expand patrol coverage in the Park.
We need your help to raise £20,000 by Christmas to fund essential equipment to give the ranger teams the best possible start to combat poaching in 2015. Donations will help purchase items such as canvas boots, camouflage uniforms, rain jackets, bullet-proof vests, first aid kits, tyres, radio equipment and much more.
How are horses assisting the battle against poaching?
Find out how five incredible horses are assisting rangers with their anti-poaching and monitoring patrols in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park.
How to donate
You can donate to Help a Ranger Save a Rhino online, by cheque, by phone or bank transfer
How do you move a rhino by helicopter?
Eyes in the skies to protect rhinos
How is the Bat Hawk aircraft used to protect rhinos in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park
Christmas gift cards in aid of 'Help a Ranger, Save a Rhino'
Donate on behalf of friends and family and receive a personalised Christmas gift card
Rangers on the frontline - life as an Anti-Poaching Unit Officer
Anti-Poaching Units are on the frontline of defence to protect rhino populations from poaching in South Africa's Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park. Read more about these brave rangers.
Donations needed for ranger equipment
Donations to the Help a Ranger Save a Rhino appeal
About Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park
Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park is often referred to as the home of rhino conservation, find out why this Park is globally important for rhinos.
Become a Fundraising Champion
Join our Help a Ranger Save a Rhino appeal by starting your own fundraiser