Ewaso Lions partners with The WILD Foundation

Ewaso Lions is pleased to announce a new partnership with The WILD Foundation, a premiere international conservation organization dedicated to wilderness protection around the world for over 30 years.

This is an exciting opportunity for Ewaso Lions and brings enormous potential to help us grow and strengthen our lion conservation efforts. Through the new partnership WILD brings its solid network of conservation alliances, world-wide visibility and historic recognition as an effective and efficient conservation change-agent, and Ewaso Lions will serve as one of WILD’s field projects working to promote wilderness conservation in northern Kenya.

“We’re excited to welcome Ewaso Lions into the WILD family.  Their important work to protect lions in Kenya through research and community based initiatives compliments our other field work in Africa and around the world,” comments Emily Loose, Director of Communications, The WILD Foundation.

WILD will act as our fiscal agent, enabling our supporters to make safe and easy tax-deductible donations to Ewaso Lions.

The WILD Foundation protects the planet’s wild places and the wildlife and people who depend upon them, because wilderness areas provide essential social, spiritual, biological and economic benefits. WILD is the steward of the Nature Needs Half™ vision – an international movement to protect at least half of the planet, land and water, in an interconnected way. WILD works towards this vision through on the ground field-projects, policy and research and communications programs. Their flagship program is the World Wilderness Congress, the world’s longest running public environmental forum.

The WILD Foundation is a 501(c)3 registered non-profit organization based in Boulder, Colorado and has received the highest (four star) ranking from Charity Navigator.

Ewaso Lions is a grassroots project whose mission is to promote the conservation of lions through research and community-based outreach programs. To donate to Ewaso Lions through The WILD Foundation, click here.

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One Comment

  1. Jimmy
    Posted November 30, 2010 at 10:18 am | Permalink

    This is indeed great news for all concerned – i look forward to seeing positive results on my next trip to Samburu:)

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