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WILDHOOD FOUNDATION IS A SWEDISH REGISTERED NON PROFIT ORGANISATION FIGHTING POACHING AND ILLEGAL TRAFFICKING OF WILD THREATENED SPECIES
Wildhood Foundation was founded in 2016 as a reaction to the escalating poaching crises targeting wild animals i Africa and Indonesia. Wildhood’s overriding objective is to fight poaching and illegal trafficking of threatened species and to preserve our most iconic species from extinction in their natural habitats. The last decade’s strong growth in Asia has led to a rising demand for parts of wild animals as status symbols and the trade is considered to be one of the world’s largest criminal businesses ranked after the trade in drugs, weapons and humans. Another major threat to wild animals is habitat loss caused by destruction, with forests being illegaly logged or burned.
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What is Wildhood doing?
- Help increase financial donations with the aim to fight poaching and illegal trade in wild animals
- Help increase the knowledge about poaching and trafficking of wild animals
- Help reduce the demand for poaching related products
- Fundraise to support selected local organisations in Africa and Indonesia that protects the threatened species
- Donate 100 % of the funds being raised
Wildhood Foundation is determined to make a difference for the threatened species. To optimize our impact, we will donate 100 % of all funds being raised. This is being enabled thanks to sponsors that help us cover our costs. Raised funds will go straight to the local organizations that Wildhood have chosen to support and work with. Do you want to contribute to the fight against poaching and illegal trade? Do you want to make a difference? Here’s how you can help!