Working Dogs for

Working Dogs for Conservation

To save wildlife, they start by saving a dog. WD4C rescues and trains the world’s best conservation dogs, and puts them to work protecting wildlife and wild places. Their work with canine programs in Africa prevents poaching and has reduced illegal trafficking in ivory and rhino horn.

IAPF—International Anti-Poaching Foundation

IAPF—International Anti-Poaching Foundation-Akashinga

“There’s a saying in Africa, ‘If you educate a man, you educate an individual, but if you educate a woman, you educate a nation’,” says IAPF founder Damien Mander. Akashinga (The Brave Ones) are Africa’s first armed, all-women anti-poaching unit, and with support and training from IAPF, they are changing the way that animals are protected and arresting poachers without firing a single shot.


PAMS Foundation

Through empowering the people who protect wildlife and wild places, our goal is a world where wildlife and wild places are secure, and local communities have the support necessary to live safely and in harmony with wildlife.

Foundation for Wildlife and Habitat Conservation

Foundation for Wildlife and Habitat Conservation—Zambia

In an area of Zambia where illegal wildlife poaching decimated the wild elephant population and left villagers living in extreme poverty, Hammer Simwinga created an innovative program that successfully restored wildlife and transformed the area.

Elephant Crisis

Elephant Crisis Fund

ECF funds anti-poaching, anti-trafficking, and demand reduction projects around the world regardless of the organization’s size. ECF is nimble and highly efficient, with 100% of donated funds going directly towards actions to save elephants, with zero overhead.

Elephant Action

Elephant Action League

Fight Criminals, Protect the Innocent, Stop Wildlife Crime. This innovative, hybrid nonprofit organization merges the worlds of intelligence, investigations and conservation in service of wildlife and the people who protect it.