- To increase the number of rhinos in genetically viable populations in the wild
- To provide financial and in-kind support for projects focused on all five of the rhinoceros species
- To encourage and enable the sharing of information, experience and skills between rhino projects
- To measure and improve the effectiveness of our grant-making activities
- employ a pragmatic approach focused on viable populations, and not to be sentiment-driven;
- support the sustainable use of natural resources for the mutual benefit of wildlife, habitat and local communities;
- Save the Rhino does not create or run their own projects in the field; rather, they find rhino conservation projects that they think are doing a good job, and then fund them;
- Save the Rhino prefers to work with projects on a long-term basis, rather than making one-off or ad hoc grants;
- Save the Rhino is a fundraising organisation, not a campaigning one: they do not get involved in political lobbying or petitioning;
- Save the Rhino believes in the value of partnership working with other in situ and ex situ NGOs and conservation organisations.
Please make any donation you are able to make - it all helps! You can donate through the link above, or the link on the right in this blog, or by contacting me via e-mail and I will send you my postal address, if you would prefer to send a cheque.