If you're looking for an insight into conservation and have skills you want to use to help rhinos, we'd like to hear from you. Outlined below are a range of different ways you can get involved. 

Office volunteer

Photo credit SRI


Join the team at rhino HQ and help with a wide range of tasks. From creative designers to analytical minds, we are looking for volunteers who are keen to lend their skills to help with Save the Rhino's day to day activities. 


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Please note: our offices are based in London Bridge, England and we are unable to support overseas work experience, placements or internships.


Event volunteerL: The first Rhino costume runner being welcomed back by a Save the Rhino volunteer; R: the last Rhino costume runner being helped out of her costume by another volunteer. (c) Joshua Dunlop


Want to help support projects working to protect rhinos? If you're short on time but bursting with optimism and enthusiasm this could be the volunteering opportunity for you.

Save the Rhino runs a number of evening and weekend events; from cheering on London Marathon runners, to selling raffle tickets at our fundraising dinner. 

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Please note: each event has a limited number of volunteer opportunities, emails are sent to all volunteers on the list and opportunities are offered on a first come basis. 

Work Experience (Under 18s)

White rhino South Africa

Save the Rhino International offers two, one week, work experience opportunities through out the academic year. One in February / March and one in June / July. 

Work Experience for the 2015 / 2016 year are full. 


How to apply:

Write a letter outlining a little about yourself, why you chose Save the Rhino and what you hope to learn from your experience.  

Send us your letter, via email, to camilla@savetherhino.org


Please note: only letters written by the individual looking for experience will be considered. 



Volunteer or study abroad

Save the Rhino International does not facilitate or organise volunteering opportunities overseas, however some of the projects we support do offer experiences. You can read more about them and book directly with the projects through their websites, listed below. 

Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya


Keep your curiosity wild with Ol Pejeta’s study and adventure opportunities for backpackers and school groups.

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Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, Uganda

rhino fund


Proud home of the only wild rhinos in Uganda. The Rhino re-introduction project is a project of Rhino Fund Uganda and Uganda Wildlife Authority.

The Sanctuary has a comprehensive volunteer scheme with opportunities to take part in activities such as rhino monitoring, fence supervision and maintenance patrols, problematic plant removal, small animal rehabilitation, community and education outreach.


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