We are here to provide compassionate people around the world a way to help protect threatened and endangered wildlife and the landscapes they depend on for survival.

We work on the ground in Africa fighting on behalf of species great and small. We believe that the loss of a species degrades our ecosystems and impoverishes communities, our society and our planet. We want to ensure that the world that comes after us is a world in which a wild tomorrow is possible.

Having worked alongside anti-poaching organizations in South Africa we saw first hand the dire situation many species are facing. While it was encouraging to meet the men and women dedicating their lives to the cause it was apparent that they were too few in number and under-equipped.

We wanted to do more so in 2015 we founded the Wild Tomorrow Fund.

More than
Elephants were killed between 2010 and 2014

Our main area of focus is in the Kwazulu-Natal region of South Africa (commonly known as Zululand). It’s a region rich in biodiversity, one of the most concentrated areas for rhinos, elephants, lions, and African painted dogs. It also makes it one of the most lucrative hunting spots for poachers.

The reserves where these animals live are managed by anti-poaching units, ecologists and reserve managers. They’re in desperate need of equipment:- everything from notepads to GPS lion collars, night vision goggles, to rifle sights. Here’s the list of supplies that you can donate towards. Please help.

Lions remain since 1970.