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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.read more
We celebrate that our Christmas Fundraising have this year raised a fantastic 406200 SEK. Thank you to everyone who have contributed, it’s the best gift we could ever wish for!read more
This morning our founder Filippa Tarras-Wahlberg was invited to Swedish TV4 to discuss the illegal trade in ivory and how Wildhood Foundation works to help stop it!read more
This summer our first outdoor campaign have been running on digital screens all around the country, reaching over 49 million contacts, totally pro bono!read more
We are so happy for our partnership with Wangari Sthlm and the people behind the creative brand. Thank you for supporting our cause!read more
Poaching for ivory is the biggest threat to African Elephants with about 20 000 animals being illegally killed every year mainly for the value of their tusks.read more
(In Swedish) Wildhood Foundations riktlinjer för hantering av den personliga integriteten enligt GDPR.read more
Wildhood Foundation is proud to partner with jewellery designer Sophie by Sophie, to launch the Wild Heart collection. A small and delicate family of uneven shaped hearts inspired by Wildhood’s Wild heart.read more
Sudan, the world’s last male northern white rhino has died. This means that the northern white rhino sub-species is now extinct.read more
The fate of the subspecies northern white rhino rests on Sudan’s ability to conceive with the only two females left and with him being gravely ill, fears are rising that the subspecies is closer than ever to extinction.read more