55 elephants are killed every day

Poaching and illegal trade in ivory is the single largest threat to elephants today, killing on average 55 elephants every day. Help us stop the senseless killing!

Wildhood's elephant at Apotek Hjärtat

We are beyond excited that our little elephant can now be found at Apotek Hjärtat. The price is 149 SEK and all profits goes straight to our work to protect wild elephants from poaching and illegal trade.

55 elephants

To raise awareness of the number of elephants that are being killed every day we put 55 life size wodden elephants in the heart of Stockholm city. The installation was well received with lots of visitors, school classes and media coverage. 

Learn more and support our work with a donation below!

Women protecting wildlife

We are proud to support Akashinga – the world’s first fully armed all female anti-poaching unit. Women empowerment goes conservation!

Help us save the rhinos

Rhino horn is estimated to be the most expensive material on our planet today, illegaly smuggled from Africa to be sold on the black market in Asia. Every 8 hours a rhino is killed for its horn, within our lifetime rhinos might get extinct in the wild.

Fight poaching – make a donation

Every SEK we raise will go straight to support our local partners on the ground.
Every SEK makes a difference and help save lives. 

Wildhood News

Wildhood @ Frux Charity Auction

Wildhood @ Frux Charity Auction

On Friday May 31st Wildhood was honored to attend Frux Private Bank’s Charity Auction in Palma de Mallorca where we raised awareness about our work and funds to keep it going.

Success for our 55 elephants

Success for our 55 elephants

It’s a wrap! We’ve had amazing days in Kungsträdgården filled with visitors, school classes and media coverage. With zero budget for this project we would like to thank those who made it possible!

Wildhood Foundation Annual Report

Wildhood Foundation Annual Report

We are happy to launch Wildhood Foundation’s first Annual Report. Our ambition is to present to you what the funds have contributed to in the field. In other words, the Return of your Investment.

Wildhood Foundation is a small charity with big dreams

Wildhood Foundation was founded in 2016 as a reaction to the escalating poaching crises and wildlife trafficking targeting wild animals in Africa. Wildhood’s objective is to fight poaching and trafficking to prevent our most iconic and threatened species from getting extinct in their natural habitats. The last decade’s strong economic growth in Asia has led to a rising demand for parts of wild animals, for traditional medical purposes and for the use of status symbols. The trade is considered to be one of the world’s largest criminal businesses worth billions of dollars every year. Another major threat to wild animals is habitat loss caused by destruction and elimination of forests and wilderness areas.  

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Wildhood is a small charity with big dreams!
Our mission is to:

  • Help increase financial donations with the purpose to protect wild animals from poaching and illegal trade
  • Help increase the knowledge about poaching and wildlife trafficking
  • Help reduce the demand for wildlife products
  • Support local efforts and operations that makes hands on difference
  • Donate 100 % of all funds raised


Your donation makes a difference

We are determined to create a change for the threatened species! To optimize our impact, we forward 100 % of all funds raised to our local partners on the ground. This is made possible thanks to the partners back in Sweden who help us cover our costs. The funds will go straight to the local organizations that Wildhood have chosen to support and work with on the ground. 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!

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