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Creating a bright future for conservation

On behalf of all of us at the Great Plains Foundation, and Dereck and Beverly Joubert, thank you for your generous donation. This will go a long way in our projects for women empowerment, community upliftment, education, wildlife conservation, solar energy and landscape restoration.

Thank you for joining us in supporting conservation and communities in Africa.

You will receive an email that confirms your gift and can act as a donation confirmation for tax purposes.

Find out more below about the projects that your contribution will help to support.

Rhinos

Great Plains’ Rhino work focuses on the protection and conservation of wild rhinos – both in Botswana and elsewhere – in collaboration with the local and national conservation community, and on combating wildlife crime.

More about Rhinos.

Project Ranger

Join Project Ranger in helping fund front line conservation personnel protecting important and fragile ecosystems.

Stop a Poacher. Sponsor a Ranger. Save a Species.

More about Project Ranger

Maasai Olympics

Every two years Maasai men and women gather in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro for the Maasai Olympics. This unique conservation program is a sporting event featuring bouts of athletic endurance, skill, and strategy all with a clear goal in mind…the conservation of lions.

More about the Maasai Olympics

Conservation Roots

The Great Plains Foundation is on a mission to restore ecosystems. Through Conservation Roots Great Plains is partnering with local communities to restore indigenous trees to landscapes across Kenya, Botswana, and Zimbabwe.

More about Conservation Roots

Solar Mamas

The Solar Mamas initiative empowers local women in Botswana to improve their economic prospects while providing a much-needed service to their communities through solar-powered electrical systems.

More about Solar Mamas

Conservation Education

Great Plains believes that through thoughtful engagement, environmental education, fun and mentorship, youth in communities bordering protected land can learn to appreciate the uniqueness of their ecosystems and become champions for conservation.

More about Student Conservation Camps

Conservation Goals

Engaging communities in the conservation dialogue can take many forms but creating meaningful and memorable experiences around conservation is what leaves a lasting impact.

More about Conservation Goals

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