Thula Thula Rhino Fund: Protect and preserve rhino's against poaching and horn trading
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Thula Thula Rhino Fund
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Thula Thula Rhino Fund: Protect and preserve rhino's against poaching and horn trading

    1. Petition by

      Lee Riback

      Caulfield South, Australia

Thabo and Ntombi are both orphans who were relocated at Thula Thula from Moholoholo Rehab Centre when they were 4 and 8 months old. They have now been released into the game reserve under high surveillance.Armed guards accompany Thabo and Ntombi 24/7 to protect them against poachers. With a gunfight having taken place a few months ago – as Thabo got shot in the front leg – as well as the loss of Heidi, a female white rhino who was killed by poachers in 2009, the need for increasing protective measures is a harsh reality. In memory of Lawrence Anthony ("The Elephant Whisperer") the THULA THULA RHINO FUND was established (as a chapter of Earth Org) in order to raise funds for guards, anti poaching training and much-needed specialized equipment, to ensure the on-going survival of our rhinos, as well as to acquire more orphans in the future.

A simple donation of $1 goes a long way!

TEO non-profit registration № 2004/026715/08

Public Beneficiary Organisation (PBO) № 930033558

Account Name: The Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization
Bank Name: FNB (First National Bank)

Branch Name & Code: Westville 223526
Business Cheque Account

Trading As: The Earth Organization

Ref. on Deposit: Thula Rhino
Account Number: 62080145983 

Swift Code (This is needed for international transfers): FIRNZAJJ

To:
Lee, Protector
Francoise, Thula Thula Rhino Fund
Protect and preserve rhino's against poaching and horn trading.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Alan Stone LISBURN, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 8 months ago

      Species preservation is an irrefutable necessity in this sadly broken world.

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    • Nestor Berazategui MAIPú, ARGENTINA
      • 9 months ago

      por favor ayudenlos

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    • Fruma Morris WASILLA, AK
      • 10 months ago

      Thabo and Ntombi are both orphans who were relocated at Thula Thula from Moholoholo Rehab Centre when they were 4 and 8 months old. They have now been released into the game reserve under high surveillance.Armed guards accompany Thabo and Ntombi 24/7 to protect them against poachers. With a gunfight having taken place a few months ago – as Thabo got shot in the front leg – as well as the loss of Heidi, a female white rhino who was killed by poachers in 2009, the need for increasing protective measures is a harsh reality. In memory of Lawrence Anthony ("The Elephant Whisperer") the THULA THULA RHINO FUND was established (as a chapter of Earth Org) in order to raise funds for guards, anti poaching training and much-needed specialized equipment, to ensure the on-going survival of our rhinos, as well as to acquire more orphans in the future.

      A simple donation of $1 goes a long way!

      TEO non-profit registration № 2004/026715/08

      Public Beneficiary Organisation (PBO) № 930033558

      Account Name: The Lawrence Anthony Earth Organization

      Bank Name: FNB (First National Bank)

      Branch Name & Code: Westville 223526

      Business Cheque Account

      Trading As: The Earth Organization

      Ref. on Deposit: Thula Rhino

      Account Number: 62080145983

      Swift Code (This is needed for international transfers): FIRNZAJJ

      To:

      Lee, Protector

      Francoise, Thula Thula Rhino Fund

      Protect and preserve rhino's against poaching and horn trading.

      Sincerely,

      Fruma Morris

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    • Lynn Jennings VANDERBILT, MI
      • 10 months ago

      Please stop this torture and killing.

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      • 10 months ago

      STOP THE POACHING - make these people get jobs

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