PARTNERSHIPS

“Eradicating the illegal wildlife trade is a monumental challenge and not one that any organisation can tackle alone.”

We understand the benefits that come from cooperation and the exchange of resources and information.

We understand the benefits that come from cooperation and the exchange of resources and information. NPOs already have their work cut out for them and we want to bridge the gaps between organisations to become the connector that helps the conversation, putting the right people in touch with each other and facilitating partnerships that increase everyone’s ability to effectively protect species at risk of extinction.

Banding together is also hugely beneficial when it comes to raising funding and applying for grants, and by promoting inter-NPO cooperation, we aim to warm people up to a new way of working and build their trust in a new, more successful system.  Our goal of forging strong partnerships isn’t restricted to other NPOs – we want to work closely with governments across the globe, as well as for-profit organisations and technology companies, because we believe it’s crucial to gain as many fresh perspectives as possible while making the most of every resource available to us.

We’re more than willing to volunteer our training services to other organisations, to field test new equipment, and to R&D innovative tech if it helps further our collective goal of destroying the illegal trade in wildlife that threatens our planet’s species. We also aim to create deep bonds with local communities so we can raise awareness in the regions in which wildlife is trafficked – if we can educate the people who live in the communities most affected by the criminality of the trade, we will have more people on our side in the fight to bring it down.

PARTNERSHIPS

“Eradicating the illegal wildlife trade is a monumental challenge and not one that any organisation can tackle alone.”

We understand the benefits that come from cooperation and the exchange of resources and information.

NPOs already have their work cut out for them and we want to bridge the gaps between organisations to become the connector that helps the conversation, putting the right people in touch with each other and facilitating partnerships that increase everyone’s ability to effectively protect species at risk of extinction.

Banding together is also hugely beneficial when it comes to raising funding and applying for grants, and by promoting inter-NPO cooperation, we aim to warm people up to a new way of working and build their trust in a new, more successful system. Our goal of forging strong partnerships isn’t restricted to other NPOs – we want to work closely with governments across the globe, as well as for-profit organisations and technology companies, because we believe it’s crucial to gain as many fresh perspectives as possible while making the most of every resource available to us. We’re more than willing to volunteer our training services to other organisations, to field test new equipment, and to R&D innovative tech if it helps further our collective goal of destroying the illegal trade in wildlife that threatens our planet’s species.  

We also aim to create deep bonds with local communities so we can raise awareness in the regions in which wildlife is trafficked – if we can educate the people who live in the communities most affected by the criminality of the trade, we will have more people on our side in the fight to bring it down.

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

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combating illegal trade in wildlife, Partnerships, Wild Response

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

combating illegal trade in wildlife, Partnerships, Wild Response
combating illegal trade in wildlife, Partnerships, Wild Response

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