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SanWild has undertaken to respond to wild animals in need; irrespective of their species importance. We have promised to be there, whenever and wherever they need us. To continue to keep this promise in 2015 we will however need your financial support. 

SanWild receives no government funding and we will be most grateful if you could consider joining up as an active and contributing Member and help us to conserve endangered animals and the habitat on which they depend for their very survival. 

Both the land and the animals under our care is protected in perpetuity under our TRUST DEED  and cannot be exploited.

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The SanWild Wildlife Trust established in 2000

The SanWild Wildlife Trust's main objective was to set-up an emergency wildlife rescue service and rehabilitation centre to help injured, orphaned, traumatized, unwanted or misplaced wild animals.  It was however also essential to ensure that such rescued wild animals had a place of safety where they could be returned to the wild to resume their lives amongst others of their own kind and play a meaningful role in the conservation of their species. Since its inception in 2000 SanWild has rescued and released thousands of wild animals including some of Africa's most endangered species such as cheetah, African wild dog, Sharpe's grysbok, Cape pangolin, African elephants and both white and black rhinos.

The land under our protection has grown from a 21 hectare small holding to a stunning wildlife reserve spanning over 5000 hectares. side leaves

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The Trust is a registered South African Wildlife charity and Non-profit Organisation.  It is also registered as a Public Benefit Organization.

Registration numbers:

  • SANWILD WILDLIFE TRUST NO 8147 / 00
  • NON-PROFIT NO: 011-266
  • PUBLIC BENEFIT ORGANISATION NO: 930 013 787 

 

 

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