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We've chosen to help raise awareness and funds in support of some excellent organisations who need our help to continue their great work.
We've carefully selected a small collection of projects across Tanzania who are effective at delivering specific and tangible differences in conservation work and to local communities. Find out more about their work and how you can help with a simple donation. Or simply look up a project near where you will be visiting on Pack for a Purpose and bring a few essential supplies with you.
We've pledged to help raise $25,000 towards these projects and we're grateful for your help in meeting this target.
Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like more information or to make a donation. Thank you!
The Big Life Foundation conducts coordinated cross-border anti-poaching operations in Kenya & Tanzania, employing over 40 Maasai rangers and protecting an area of 2 million acres using trained sniffer dogs.read more Caring for Ruaha's Big Carnivores
The Ruaha Carnivore Project is involved in research and conservation which includes monitoring carivore populations on a large scale.read more Giving Children a Helping Hand
The Tanzanian Children's Fund works to eliminate poverty and care for marginalized children and families in the Ngorongoro Highlands.read more Equipment for Katumbi Clinic
Katumbi Village is a remote village in the far west of Tanzania where infrastructure and healthcare are poor. We directly support a school and clinic here.read more Pack for a Purpose
The easiest way of making a difference: pack a few kilos of essential supplies in your suitcase when you come on holiday. Check out the Pack for a Purpose web-site to find a project nearby.read more Lion Conservation in Katavi
Landscape & Conservation Mentor's Organisation educated local communities to prevent non-retaliatory killings of lions in Katavi.read more Eco-system Management in Mahale
The Nature Conservancy's Tuungane Project itegrates forest and fisheries management with reproductive health and better governance to assure the sustainability of the eco-system of Lake Tanganyika & the Mahale Mountains.read more De-snaring in the Serengeti
The Serengeti De-snaring Program run by Frankfurt Zoological Society works to protect the wildelife in the Serengeti by addressing the issue of poaching.read more