Fundraise for Us

Fundraise for Us

We never turn down an animal in need. However, this policy costs a lot of money and we depend on people who are just as passionate as us about saving wildlife and who would like to see a bright future for the animals we rescue. If you are interested in supporting us from your home and with you community, there are several ways to do that:

  • Organise a fundraising event in your school or your community and we’re more than happy to support you with awareness material or even a live webcall during your event
  • Contact us for printouts of our animals with species-specific information to take them into your child’s school for awareness, education and fundraising
  • Suggest your friends and family to adopt one of our animals as a special surprise for their loved ones instead of buying another birthday or Christmas present. We will issue donation certificates with a cute and high quality portrait of the animal of your choice.

For more details contact us on:

info@kilimanjaroanimalcrew.org

Matze, could be raised and successfully be released with the help of a big fundraising project organised by a small school in Germany

Other news

Baby alert

Baby alert

Amazing news!! 😍😍 One measure of the success of rescue, rehabilitation and release is when the released animal is seen with own offspring. With so much happiness, we'd like to present Jerry and her kitten!! 😊🥰 We are so grateful for this progress and can't wait to see what the future Read more

Hardworking Burigi

Hardworking Burigi

Even on Sunday, Burigi is always up for work. He decided that there might be a weak point at this corner of the fence which he ought to check up on before going out for the daily bush walk. Instead a long explanation he decided to prove that it’s not strong enough anymore. He was right, some Read more

Kiteto learns to eat her greens :)

Kiteto learns to eat her greens :)

Kiteto is making slow but steady progress. She is now stable enough to spend most of her days out with the little zebra and ostrich and also her sheep companion Suzi. She’s now learning that the soft greens that make a nice bedding, are also edible - although she isn’t sure yet exactly how to Read more

Maswa – video

Maswa – video

Have a look at this wonderful video about Maswa - put together by her sponsors, the Elephant Read more