Join Helping Rhinos and our partner projects: Zululand Conservation Trust, Kariega Foundation, Black Mambas and African Conservation Collaboration on Saturday 21st May 2022 as we transport you, virtually to the South African bush to be a part of Room to ROAM – an immersive rhino experience LIVE streaming around the world. Watch the online broadcast and be part of a mesmerising event showcasing our work to create and protect 'Rhino Strongholds' and our 10th Anniversary campaign 'Rewild an Acre', essential to ensure the long term survival of rhino in their natural habitat.
Hosted by Jonty Hearnden (BBC Cash in the Attic) and featuring Megan McCubbin (BBC Springwatch, ITV This Morning) alongside South Africa’s leading conservationists plus enthralling musical performances, exclusive behind the scenes footage, an exciting auction and must-enter prize draw - all to be announced - it's an event not to be missed! Stay tuned as we'll be releasing more information and very soon.
Tickets for this inspiring online event will be FREE and you will also have chance to purchase VIP tickets which will include an exclusive VIP chat with our experts in South Africa.
Experience Our Work in south africa
Room to ROAM will take you on a journey across some of South Africa's most breathtaking wild spaces. You'll go behind the scenes as we translocate a rhino crash to a new home, you'll take to the skies with our aerial anti-poaching plane and you'll be there as we open a new school in a community surrounding one of our projects.
Despite living through the most challenging times of a generation, our conservation experts will demonstrate what is needed to protect the rhino and its habitat. Room to ROAM will show you our vision for a future of Rhino Strongholds across Africa and how we will need your support to make these a reality.
Meet our Experts from the Field
Room to ROAM will take you side by side with some our conservation heroes from the field. You will experience some of challenges they face in their day to day lives protecting our rhino and the habitat they need to thrive.
Our Conservation Heroes will be joining an exclusive VIRTUAL MEET & GREET immediately after the Room ro ROAM main event. You will have the chance to hear from them LIVE and be able to put your own questions to them. You can only enjoy this unique experience with a Virtual Meet and Greet ticket.
Meet YOUR hosts for the evening
We are dlighted to welcome Jonty Heardnen as our host for Room to ROAM. Jonty will knit the whole evening together from our studio in London as well as host our stnning auction.
Room to ROAM will also feature TV presenter and Conservationst Megan McCubbin, who will be with our experts in the field.
Room to ROAM Auction
Please help us raise critical funds to safeguard the rhino in its natural habitat by participating in our auction or entering the prize draw.
We have some amazing, exclusive items in our auction and we urge you to take a look. Simply click the link below to scroll through the list and bid on your favourites. Thank you for your continued support.
The funds raised in this auction will support Helping Rhinos and critical projects in the field that are working to ensure a rich biodiversity and healthy ecosystems for rhino and a myriad of other wildlife who rely on keystone species to survive.
Below is a small selection of the items available in the auction.
Rewild an ACRE
With your support, we will restore the wild flora and fauna of more than 400,000 acres of designated landscapes in Africa to sustain precious ecosystems for rhino – Rhino Strongholds.
These special wild spaces will be home to as many as 500 black and white rhino who will be able to roam freely in their natural habitat.
Protected wild landscapes are the cornerstone to successful conservation efforts. Maintaining populations of keystone species within those areas remains a constant challenge. African protected areas are failing to mitigate human threats to large mammal populations and the future for wildlife and their habitat, without international support, looks very bleak indeed.
In Sub-Saharan Africa the human population is expected to double to 2 billion by 2050 (United Nations World Population Prospects – 2019). The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed more than 32 million people into extreme poverty (IMF, April 2021). Displacement of low-income rural households and incompatible land use surrounding protected areas will increase the probability of encroachment and degradation, severely impacting environmental sustainability for iconic wildlife species.
Further Campaign Details Coming Soon