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HOW CAN YOU CONTRIBUTE?

Wild Response relies on your support and generosity to be able to carry out our work as effectively as possible.  We understand that our donors care deeply about the conservation of our critically endangered wildlife and the terrible effects the illegal wildlife trade has on humanity and our planet and we are proud that you choose us to make that difference in the fight.

While monetary donations from individual donors are the backbone of our organization, there are many additional ways that individuals and organizations can contribute to our cause. Whether it’s a direct donation via our website, sharing our posts on social media, or holding a fundraising event with your friends, we love seeing our community work together for this cause!

For companies and organizations, we would love to talk about how you can get involved and make a real impact on Wild Response programs while demonstrating the values that are important to your organization. This could be through sponsoring a project, donating needed equipment, or collaborating with us to field new technology.  It’s going to take all of us working together to dismantle the illegal wildlife trade and if you would like to get involved, we’d love to hear from you.

Wild Response is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit organization registered in Massachusetts, United States. All donations made to Wild Response are tax deductable to the extent provided by law.

Wild Response’s E.I.N. (Employer Identification Number/Federal Tax Identification Number) is 83-3753390

WHERE WILL YOUR DONATION GO?

TRAINING

When it comes to the training aspect of our work, our funds go towards hiring experienced trainers who can provide rangers with the crucial skills they need to protect wildlife on the frontlines of conservation.

Along with paying for the trainers, we also need to pay for training materials, which can range from basic classroom equipment to multilingual course guides and literature. To ensure our training graduates are able to effectively implement what they’ve learned out in the field, we also aim to provide them with basic equipment upon completion of the course, such as uniforms, boots, canteens, webbing gear, medical supplies, and flashlights.

For $250USD we can provide a ranger with this basic kit, giving him or her the tools they need to do their job; without it, they’re being put in a potentially life-threatening situation. Even if you can’t contribute financially, if you have any expertise that our organisation or trainee rangers could benefit from, we’d love for you to get in touch and share your knowledge, experience, and advice.

In order to stay ahead of those facilitating the illegal wildlife trade, it’s imperative that we’re able to utilise modern and effective technology in the field.

Our funds go towards purchasing equipment such as remote cameras, drones, and computer software that allow us to track and catch poachers who take advantage of the vast, remote areas which we’re trying to protect.  While utilising existing tech is a great first step, it’s important to realise that what functions perfectly in our everyday lives in America or Europe, faces tougher challenges in the wetlands of Africa or the rainforests of Southeast Asia – an action camera might survive a white-water rafting trip, but they don’t hold up very well against inquisitive bears.  This is why we’re also committed to supporting the research and development of new tech, such as tamper-proof cameras, and invisible, solar-powered antennae that allow us to eliminate signal black spots in the wilderness.

We’re also happy to field-test new gear – we understand that getting new ideas out into the field for rigorous testing isn’t always easy, but if you have a product or prototype you need put through its paces, we’d be more than happy to work with you.

TECHNOLOGY

PARTNERSHIPS

While a lot of our financial donations go towards the training and technology aspects of our work, we want people to reach out to us with anything that helps us create a better network for wildlife conservation.

Your contribution could be the name of a potential partner, it could be the link to a website or blog that you think is a great resource, it could even be an email with your opinion on our work – we appreciate everything that can be used in the fight against the illegal wildlife trade.

If you work for a governmental organisation, NGO, NPO or corporation and think that we can help each other, we implore you to get in touch with us to help grow the conversation around conservation – it’s only by working together that we can win this battle to protect our dwindling species.

WHERE WILL YOUR DONATION GO?

TRAINING

When it comes to the training aspect of our work, our funds go towards hiring experienced trainers who can provide rangers with the crucial skills they need to protect wildlife on the frontlines of conservation.

Along with paying for the trainers, we also need to pay for training materials, which can range from basic classroom equipment to multilingual course guides and literature. To ensure our training graduates are able to effectively implement what they’ve learned out in the field, we also aim to provide them with basic equipment upon completion of the course, such as uniforms, boots, canteens, webbing gear, medical supplies, and flashlights.

For $250USD we can provide a ranger with this basic kit, giving him or her the tools they need to do their job; without it, they’re being put in a potentially life-threatening situation. Even if you can’t contribute financially, if you have any expertise that our organisation or trainee rangers could benefit from, we’d love for you to get in touch and share your knowledge, experience, and advice.

TECHNOLOGY

In order to stay ahead of those facilitating the illegal wildlife trade, it’s imperative that we’re able to utilise modern and effective technology in the field.

Our funds go towards purchasing equipment such as remote cameras, drones, and computer software that allow us to track and catch poachers who take advantage of the vast, remote areas which we’re trying to protect.  While utilising existing tech is a great first step, it’s important to realise that what functions perfectly in our everyday lives in America or Europe, faces tougher challenges in the wetlands of Africa or the rainforests of Southeast Asia – an action camera might survive a white-water rafting trip, but they don’t hold up very well against inquisitive bears.  This is why we’re also committed to supporting the research and development of new tech, such as tamper-proof cameras, and invisible, solar-powered antennae that allow us to eliminate signal black spots in the wilderness.

We’re also happy to field-test new gear – we understand that getting new ideas out into the field for rigorous testing isn’t always easy, but if you have a product or prototype you need put through its paces, we’d be more than happy to work with you.

PARTNERSHIPS

While a lot of our financial donations go towards the training and technology aspects of our work, we want people to reach out to us with anything that helps us create a better network for wildlife conservation.

Your contribution could be the name of a potential partner, it could be the link to a website or blog that you think is a great resource, it could even be an email with your opinion on our work – we appreciate everything that can be used in the fight against the illegal wildlife trade.

If you work for a governmental organisation, NGO, NPO or corporation and think that we can help each other, we implore you to get in touch with us to help grow the conversation around conservation – it’s only by working together that we can this battle to protect our dwindling species.

 CONTACT US

Together, we have a chance to save our wildlife from extinction, so let’s start a conversation.

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Wild Response is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit organization registered in Massachusetts, United States. All donations made to Wild Response are tax deductible to the extent provided by law.

Wild Response's E.I.N. (Employer Identification Number/Federal Tax Identification Number) is 83-3753390