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Virginia's July Birthday fundraiser for Baby Rhinos

Personal message

As a loyal supporter of and donor to Wild Heart Wildlife Foundation, I have decided to use my birthday this year to raise some extra funding for the Rhino Orphans left behind after their mothers had been poached. WHWF believe in Ethical conservation, making sure that your kind donations are used to directly help wildlife in need. They are completely transparent, doing what they say and always showing what they do.

These precious babies have only humans to rely on for survival, and have very specialized needs. The milk replacement formula they need is expensive, and is mixed with brown rice for fiber along with other nutrients to help with digestion.

The caregivers feed each baby over 1,400 times, consuming up to 5,000 Litres of milk before being weaned. They also need medicine to prevent or treat stomach ulcers resulting from separation anxiety at the loss of their mothers. 

I am asking all of my friends and anyone else who sees this appeal, to donate towards my July Birthday fundraiser.  It would make my special day so much better if we could reach our fundraising goal - and help some very deserving Wild-babies as a result.

Thank you!

Virginia Woolf.

Donations

  • Jul 25, 2018 - USD $ 26.12
  • "Glad to donate to Wild Heart wildlife foundation for the milk for baby rhinos " - Julien Crowther

  • Jul 25, 2018 - USD $ 7.54
  • "Watching Geza die broke my heart. Thank you for all you do for these beautiful little innocents. " - Melanie Clark

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Statistics

Donations to date

R 446.66

Fundraising target

R 10 000.00
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Wild Heart Wildlife Foundation is a registered NPO and PBO in South Africa. 
We are committed to #EthicalConservation and #Transparency, and directly helping the Wildlife most at Risk, whether through veterinary care, rescuing, emergency transport, or supplemetary feeding.