The elephants in Africa need you. They are in grave danger of being poached to extinction due to the worlwide demand for ivory. If you care about the elephants, it might be time to be a leader and take action.
Here are four ways you can be an elephant advocate in about 5 minutes:
1. Order something from Ivory Ella
Ivory Ella is a fantastic organization that donates funds from sales of their apparel to help the elephants. If you visit their website or look for them on Amazon, you’ll find lots of cool merchandise with the Ivory Ella logo. You can get all kinds of cool stuff and know that you’re helping elephants.
Did you know you can actually adopt an elephant from the World Wildlife Fund? For a fee, you can “adopt” an elephant, and get a cool plush toy, a certificate, a photo of your elephant, and other cool stuff, depending on how much you donate. What better way to save an elephant than to adopt one!
Visit this link! https://gifts.worldwildlife.org/gift-center/gifts/species-adoptions/african-elephant.aspx
Photo: Brian Snelson
3. Write a a letter to the government
Sometimes donating money isn’t enough, and you need to make your voice heard. If you visit the this lin to Elephantopia.org, you can easily copy the text of their pre-written letter, personalize with your name, and email or mail to your local government. It’s your right as a citizen to let your government know what’s important to you!
Visit this link! http://elephantopia.org/write-a-letter/
4. Share this post
Perhaps the easiest thing of all that you can do to help the elephants is to share this post on Facebook so that others can be aware of the ways they can help the elephants. If enough people help, we can really make a difference for the poor elephants in Africa
Photo: Nichollas Harrison
So go ahead and share!