Izindlovu Fund

Izindlovu Fund
Izindlovu Fund supports local Wildlife Conservation Projects and their communities in South-Africa to safeguard our planet’s ecosystem. Help us protect and raise orphan elephants and rhinos. We only support projects with whom we have personal contact.
Funds needed to cover our costs in 2023
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On average, an elephant is killed every 25 minutes. At this rate, there will be no elephants left on Earth by 2040. When you then know that elephants are one of the most important links in the biodiversity of our planet, and a change in this biodiversity can have major consequences for the survival of the earth, it is not difficult to understand how important it is that the largest mammals in the world must be protected.


We have close contacts with various organisations in South Africa that work for the conservation and protection of elephants and other endangered species. But these organisations often find it difficult to get support in Europe. As a European fund, Izindlovu is committed to create local awareness of the problems and to give backing to these organisations.


Our Izindlovu Fund only works with volunteers. This means that all the posts on social media, contacts with local organisations, maintaining the website, answering mails, the organisation of events and much more are done in our free time. No wages are being paid.

As we are an official VZW we are obliged to run a decent accounting. This head cost is outsourced. We cover this head cost with the profits we make from the Izindlovu goods we sell in our webshop. The profits of the HERD items that are sold are going for 100% to the HERD Trust.

Donations we receive from the other fundraisers on our fundraiser page go for 100% to the local projects they are aimed to and are not used to cover our costs. We communicate about this on our social networks. This way, we know that your money is well spent and does not disappear.

With all the extra funds we receive through this fundraiser and the selling of our products in our webshop we are able to support the local organisations with which we have close links.  

In 2020 and 2021, we helped build the elephant orphanage established by HERD. In 2022 and 2023, we will continue our support to the HERD orphanage and the HERD elephants and will also try to support the Black Mambas and the Bush Babies Education Program.

Donating to our fund, gives us the possibility to contact and help support new local projects that ensure the protection of the elephants’ future. 


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Who you are donating to

Izindlovu Fund is an officially registered non-profit organisation, governed by Belgian law. Our registration number is 0738 518 012. We care about Wildlife and 100% of the received fundraiser donations go to the projects that we support and with whom we have close contact.
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Bitcoin for Conservation
Help local communities to adopt Bitcoin. As the bitcoin technology is new and not always well understood, education & explanation is needed. Our experienced team can help wildlife organisations in their process to adopt bitcoin so they can benefit from it.
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Rhino Conservation
Rhino calves, just like elephant calves, are extremely fragile and getting them onto milk bottles to see them through the initial stages of their young lives is complex. Help us raise funds for milk bottles and to provide in their care until they be released back into the wild.
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Anti Poaching
Picture by photographer Julia Gunther – Wildlife rangers are vital to win the war against wildlife crime as Poaching Wildlife Trade is in the top 3 crimes globally along with human trafficking and drugs. The Black Mambas are an all-female anti-poaching unit who also do community work.
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