African Parks say thanks to their staff, supporters, partners and friends

It’s Time to Give Thanks
School children in Akagera, Rwanda. © Scott Ramsay
Dear Friends,

Today, we want to thank our African Parks community: the rangers, the doctors, the school teachers, and everyone who is working with us to create a better today, and a brighter tomorrow for people and wildlife living in and around the parks we manage.

This holiday season, we’ll be highlighting just some of these everyday heroes and how they are positively impacting the world around them.

But today, we also want to give thanks to another part of our community: you – our steadfast supporters.

When you support African Parks, you aren’t just saving wildlife. You’re providing jobs, healthcare, education, and other life altering services we’re able to provide for people who need it the most.

None of this would be possible without your help.

Please join us next week on December 3rd for Giving Tuesday – an international day of giving where one generous donor has agreed to match $35,000 in donations. That’s twice as many school books; twice as many bandages; and twice as many boots.

But for now, we just want to say thank you for being an integral part of our community in protecting Africa’s wild places for people and wildlife.

From your friends at

African Parks

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