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Wildlife SOS has worked tirelessly since 1995 to give every animal the freedom, dignity and care they deserve.
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India’s wildlife is under severe threat – every animal from the majestic elephant and the royal tiger, to the shy sloth bear and rare pangolin, have fast become “the hunted”. While time is running out for these creatures, it’s not too late to help.

How You Can Help
  1. Simply book your next holiday with Charitable Travel and tell us you want to support Wildlife SOS. The charity will then benefit from the free donation you can make as part of the booking process. To read more about how this works, head to our ‘How We Do Good‘ page.
  2. If you want to make a donation to Wildlife SOS and you are not booking a holiday, click here to visit their website.
  3. Visit wildlifesos.org to sign up to newsletters, and follow the Wildlife SOS social media pages, and help spread the word.
How You Can Help
  1. Simply book your next holiday with Charitable Travel and tell us you want to support Wildlife SOS. The charity will then benefit from the free donation you can make as part of the booking process. To read more about how this works, head to our ‘About Us‘ page.
  2. If you want to make a donation to Wildlife SOS and you are not booking a holiday, click here to visit their website.
  3. Visit wildlifesos.org to sign up to newsletters, and follow the Wildlife SOS social media pages, and help spread the word.

Since 1995 Wildlife SOS has worked tirelessly to make a difference: to give back to the planet, to give back to nature and to help protect wildlife and it’s environment.

Our Mission

Wildlife SOS was established in 1995 by a small group of individuals inspired to start a movement and make lasting change to protect and conserve India’s natural heritage, forest and wildlife wealth. Today, the organisation has evolved to actively work towards protecting Indian wildlife, conserving habitat, studying biodiversity, conducting research and creating alternative and sustainable livelihoods for erstwhile poacher communities or those communities that depend on wildlife for sustenance.

Perhaps best known for eradicating the Dancing Bear Practice in India, whereby sloth bear cubs were poached and trained using the cruelest of methods to entertain tourists. We rescued and rehabilitated 628 bears while simultaneously providing alternative forms of livelihood to Kalandars, a tribal community that tamed sloth bears for a living.

Our work with elephants

India is the last stronghold for Asian elephants, home to some 60% of Earth’s remaining population. Wildlife SOS rescues, treats, and provides lifetime care for elephants exploited in the tourism and “begging elephant” industries. With our humane and ethical approach, we aspire to bring back the wild instinct stolen from these gentle giants. Currently, we have just under 40 rescued elephants.

With such a holistic approach, our organization works actively to protect all forms of Indian wildlife. We have established 12 rescue centres across the country and run 24/7 rescue hotlines in 4 regions of India!

Wildlife SOS seeks to ensure that every wild animal’s call for help is answered, whether it be a sloth bear, elephant, leopard, reptile, primate, bird or any other living creature.

Get in touch

Location

483 Green Lanes, London, N13 4BS

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: +447831 433106

Charity and Company

UK Registered Charity Number 1126511.

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