The Sindisa Fund
Global Endangered Species Conservation
It is the intent of the Sindisa Fund’s founding members to aid in the struggle for survival of the endangered species listed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) through wildlife conservation activities, community education and development, wildlife monitoring, scientific research, raising funds and partnering with other conservation organizations.
The Sindisa Fund’s board of trustees includes biologists, park rangers, activists, naturalists and educators with extensive professional and volunteer experience in the conservation field around the world. The director and the board all serve as volunteers. They receive no compensation for their efforts. They have worked tirelessly in their efforts to make a difference in the plight of numerous endangered species and habitats. Over the years, they have witnessed firsthand the struggle for survival of painted dogs, black and white rhinoceros, African elephants, lions, jaguars, tapirs, giant otters, manatees, pink river dolphins, Cape vultures, wood storks, snowy plovers, American crocodiles, loggerhead sea turtles, hellbenders and many other endangered species.
The Sindisa Fund partners with international organizations to help protect endangered species around the world. Currently, The Sindisa Fund is focusing its efforts on supporting the Wildlife Act Fund Trust in South Africa in an effort to educate surrounding communities on the importance of monitoring and protecting rhinos, painted dogs and other endangered species in their local wildlife reserves, including putting an end to the illegal trade in wildlife products, poaching and the inhumane practice of snaring.
The Sindisa Fund will soon be announcing new partnerships to protect other endangered species in the U.S.A. and around the world.
Please join us! Together we can make a difference!
“The love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man.”