Wild Heart Ranch also welcomes inquiries from non-profits to sell our non-violent family product line for fund-raising events.
For more information please call 888-889-9213.
ONE Spirit is proud to be able to offer a way for you to directly help a Lakota child, family, or elder in need.
Learn more at: www.nativeprogress.org
The Wild Camel Protection Foundation, a United Kingdom registered charity, with Jane Goodall as its patron, was established in 1997. It is also registered in the USA as a non-profit organization. The sole aim of the Wild Camel Protection Foundation is to protect the critically endangered wild Bactrian camel (Camelus bactrianus ferus) and its habitat in the fragile and unique desert ecosystems in the Gobi and Gashun Gobi deserts in north West China and South West Mongolia.
Since it was established, the Foundation has raised funds from the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), the Global Environment Facility (GEF), and over $200,000 from international organizations, private foundations, individuals, companies and very supportive and dedicated Wild Camel Protection Foundation members.
The Wild Camel Protection Foundation (WCPF) works tirelessly to obtain financial support from international organizations, individuals and companies. It is continuously fundraising and organizing activities that raise the much needed funds to continue this vital work.
Shell has sponsored the Chinese, Uighur and Kazakh language version of a series of children's booklets raising awareness about the endangered Wild Bactrian Camel and desert habitats.
Seahorses gained international protection on May 15, 2004
"In my earliest memory of visiting an aquarium, the creatures that first caught my eye were seahorses. These animals with the head of a horse, pouch of a kangaroo, and tail of a monkey provided me with the first clue that a completely different world truly existed below the sea. Seahorses have a mythical quality, one can almost imagine them sharing the sea with mermaids. But these animals are real and play an important role in the marine ecosystem. Despite the fact that research on seahorses only began in the last decade, it is clear that in the past several years various threats have caused the fate of seahorses to grow increasingly dim." Full story
Please explore these links with a parent or adult
International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros - http://www.ispmb.org
Take Pride in America program:
Saving Wild Horses in Canada:
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