With the numbers of rhino slaughtered for their horns in 2014, already exceeding the toll of 2013, it’s clear that we all need to be doing more to support our horned friends.
There is opportunity for each and everyone of us to become an ambassador for the cause, no matter where you are in the world.
Here are some ideas on how you can donate to help stop rhino poaching.
- Donate your Voice to the growing petition of people demanding action.
- Donate your time and resources to the fight – educate yourself about what’s going on.
- Report any suspicious activity or illegal horn trade
- Buy one of our hand-crafted bead and wire rhino figures – 15% of each sale goes to StopRhinoPoaching.com.
There are many ways to get involved in the fight to protect endangered rhino and one of your most important weapons is education. Every week we update the Locked Horn Project website with the latest rhino news – check out our recent articles here.
We need to make sure rhino protection remains headline news – help us keep the conversation going by sharing these rhino stories through your social media channels, like Facebook or Twitter. A simple retweet or like can really go a long way!
Here, at the Locked Horn Project, we create unique hand-crafted beaded rhino art and for every one sold, we donate 15% to our partners stoprhinopoaching.com. If you purchase one of the Locked Horn beaded rhino art pieces, you are not only going to receive a beautiful token of hand-crafted African art but you are also supporting the cause.
Our handmade beaded wire rhinos are our way of contributing to the rhino protection campaign.
We created the range of African art and set up partnerships with individuals, retailer and companies to help us bring it to life. Our dream is that these rhinos become a symbol of conservation especially around the issue of poaching and a symbol of the need to protect the rhino horn.
The Locked Horn Project is fully endorsed by StopRhinoPoaching.com, and it’s a powerful way to make a meaningful contribution to save the endangered rhino. 15% of every sale goes to them to fund the many programs that they run.
South African Rhino’s need our help.