WELCOME TO THE HELPING RHINOS ADOPTION CENTRE

Adoptions are a great way to help our partner programmes continue their work caring for rhinos including baby orphans, training anti-poaching dogs and sponsoring the work of the only all-female anti-poaching unit in the world.

You can choose to:

  • Adopt a northern white rhino, the rarest mammal in the world with just two individuals remaining
  • Sponsor Black Mamba, South Africa’s first all-female anti-poaching unit
  • Adopt a rhino orphan, baby rhinos being cared for by humans after their mum was mercilessly killed by poachers
  • Adopt an APU dog, the K9 unit who work on the frontline of rhino poaching

Adoptions also make a fantastic gift for your friend, loved one, relative or colleague.

 

ADOPT A NORTHERN WHITE RHINO

Help our work with Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya to care for the last two Northern White Rhinos by becoming a Helping Rhinos Northern White Rhino adopter. Northern White Rhinos – the rarest mammal in the world – are down to the last two members of their species. Najin and Fatu – mother and daughter – reside together on Ol Pejeta, after the death of Sudan, the last male Northern White Rhino who sadly passed away in March 2018.

Helping Rhinos is the only organisation in the world where you can adopt these Northern White rhinos, including adopting Sudan in his legacy.

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SPONSOR A BLACK MAMBA

The Black Mambas are South Africa’s first all-female anti-poaching unit. Their role is to provide a front-line presence and to act as deterrent to would be poachers. They have enjoyed a lot of success so far, but they really need your help to keep them operational and protecting the animals in their area of responsibility, including the rhinos. So, help them and become a Black Mamba sponsor today.

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ADOPT A RHINO ORPHAN

A sad consequence and side effect of the current rhino poaching crisis is that many little baby rhinos are left without a mother.

By adopting a rhino orphan, you will be helping to support the care and medical support to help raise the baby and return them to the wild.

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ADOPT AN APU DOG

Specially trained dogs have proved an invaluable addition to anti-poaching teams over recent years. Their ability to track and apprehend poachers has played a vital role in the both the capture and prosecution of poachers. 

By adopting one of our APU dogs – Diego, Otis or Scarf - you will be helping to feed and train one of 'man's best friends' and a poacher’s worst enemy!

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