Help Forest Elephants this #WorldElephantDay

Forest elephants are beautiful, unique animals who keep many of Africa's forest ecosystems healthy. Sadly, forest elephant populations are in trouble and they are now classified as Critically Endangered by the IUCN.

Their habitat is disappearing as it's converted for agriculture, cut up for roads, and degraded by human activity.

But, it's not too late to save them.

The Elephant Crisis Fund is protecting forest elephants by supporting projects to stop poaching, improve law enforcement, maintain elephant strongholds, and ensure human-elephant coexistence. 

Help create a safer world for forest elephants by spreading the word on social media and donating to the Elephant Crisis Fund this August 12 for #WorldElephantDay.

Help Elephants this #WorldElephantDay

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The Elephant Crisis Fund maintains a 100% donation model. Every dollar raised is directly deployed to projects that help elephants, with zero administrative fees or overhead.

Forest elephants and their habitat are crucial for both the health and well-being of the planet. 

Central Africa’s forests are one of the great lungs of our planet. Elephants help define these ecosystems, and without them the very structure of the forests are changing.      

Many forests across Central and West Africa are now largely empty of forest elephants and other wildlife. It’s a race against time as to whether we can safeguard remnant populations of elephants and their forests, to give them the chance to recover and repopulate.

You can make a difference for forest elephants with us.

Spread the word with us on social media this #WorldElephantDay to help protect forest elephants and their habitats. Check back soon to download our social media toolkit!