£60 per year or £5 per month
£120 per year or £10 per month
£360 per year or £30 per month
Add up to two friends to your adoption and pay half price for each friend
When you adopt Thandi and her family you will receive a certificate, factsheets and photo of your rhino, plus regular updates on their progress.
ADOPT THANDI AND HER FAMILY
Help our work with the Kariega Foundation to provide education programmes in the surrounding communities and to support the Kariega anti-poaching unit by becoming a Helping Rhinos adopter of Thandi and her family from just £5 a month.
Adopting Thandi and her family also makes a fantastic gift for your friend, loved one, relative or colleague.
ABOUT THANDI AND HER FAMILY
On 2nd March 2012 Kariega Game Reserve, located in South Africa’s Eastern Cape was targeted by rhino poachers. Thandi was one of three rhinos attacked that night, and the only survivor. Her recovery, although long and at many times undoubtedly painful, was nothing short of a miracle. Even more incredibly, Thandi has since had four calves - Thembi, Colin, Mthetho and Siya. Siya was born on 4th January 2021 and is named after The Springboks Rugby Union World Cup winning captain Siya Kolisi.
YOUR ADOPTION HELPS THANDI AND HER FAMILY
By adopting Thandi and her Family you are enabling us to roll out conservation education programmes in the areas surrounding Kariega Game Reserve, reducing the likelihood of community members turning to poaching.
You will also help us to keep the Kariega anti-poaching unit up and running, enabling them to keep rhinos safe within their area of operation.
Your adoption of Thandi and her Family will help to support one of the most iconic rhino in the world and ensure that Thandi leaves a legacy for generations to come.
A small percentage of your adoption will be used to cover administration and operating costs
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