By Shannon Elizabeth This year I have been thinking about what Endangered Species Day means and why it was created. It doesn’t feel like the other “days” we celebrate so
Munu, a blind Black Rhino, was found wandering around Addo Elephant National Park when conservationist Brett Barlow stepped in to rescue him…then we jumped at the chance to help them both.Learn More
To protect wildlife, we must first protect people – THE RANGERS. Help us keep these wildlife first responders employed in the wake of Covid-19.Learn More
We’ve created the first in a series of what we’re calling Reviews. These Reviews are your one-stop-shop for trusted, credible, objective, and consistently updated web-based information that focuses on specific species or environmental crises.Learn More
The four verticals
The Shannon Elizabeth Foundation focuses all efforts on the four key verticals, maximizing our networks and core competence to ensure our impact is meaningful and sustainable. These four verticals are Education & Awareness, Youth Empowerment, Law & Legislation and Land & Community.
Stay up to-date with our missions by following us on Instagram @shannonelizabethfdn, and get involved in our missions listed below. Our missions compliment our 4 primary initiatives, by making our grants programme focused with clear cause and effect actions.
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