You can choose between our adopt a northern white rhino, the rarest mammal in the world with just 3 individuals remaining, or our sponsor Black Mamba, South Africa’s fist all female anti-poaching unit or who could resist our adopt a rhino orphan, baby rhinos being cared for by humans after his or her mum was mercilessly killed by poachers.
The choice is yours, but if you can’t decide, you can always adopt one of each.
The northern white rhino is the most endangered mammal in the world. With only three individuals left in the world today they really need our help. You can play your part by adopting one of these three northern white rhino, all of whom live in Africa, at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. Helping Rhinos is the only organisation in the world where you can adopt these three rhinos, including Sudan, the only living male northern white rhino.
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.
One sad consequence of the rhino poaching crisis is the number of orphaned calves left behind. We have *EXCLUSIVELY * teamed up with the Fundimvelo Thula Thula Rhino Orphanage to give you the opportunity to adopt a an orphaned rhino calf. You can play your part in giving them a future by adopting one of these cute orphans.