We are often asked about volunteer opportunities that can help with rhino conservation. We do not offer direct field volunteer opportunities, but have participated in a number of projects in the past, so have placed links to the projects we rated on this page.
If you have participated in a field project, and were impressed with the project coordination, your work and feel that you made a real difference to the project then please send us an e-mail via our contacts page to share your experience.
In addition, we have occasional volunteer opportunities in the UK to help out at some of our events.
From time to time we have opportunities to volunteer at some of our awareness raising and / or fundraising events in the UK. These tend to be located in the South of England, but are not exclusively so.
If you are interested in volunteering at our events please send aa message via our Contact Us page
Worldwide Experience specialise in wildlife conservation and offer every generation the opportunity to get involved and volunteer on some of the most incredible projects around the world.
We booked a 6 week volunteer experience at Kariega Game Reserve, South Africa in 2010 and the experience was fantastic.
Not only are you guaranteed a great service from WWE, but if you mention that Helping Rhinos sent you WWE will make a contribution to Helping Rhinos to help us with our conservation work. Click here for more information on our work with Worldwide Experience
Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya is East Africa’s largest black rhino sanctuaries. There are number of opportunities to volunteer at Ol Pejeta in the areas where your contribution is needed most and will make a real difference.
We spent 6 weeks on the volunteer project at Kariega Game Reserve in South Africa’s Eastern Cape. While not rhino specific, Kariega have a number of rhinos on their reserve and your time there will make a difference to protecting a safe and natural habitat for their wildlife.
African Conservation Experience establishes, maintains and supports conservation projects in Southern Africa.
We joined the Mofemedi Rhino project in 2012, and what we particularly like about ACE is that their projects rely on volunteers to succeed.