Give the gift of saving an orphaned rhino this festive season!  image

Give the gift of saving an orphaned rhino this festive season!

Together we can give animals the chance to live and thrive as nature intended.

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Please Support the Shannon Elizabeth Foundation

Thank you so much for considering the Shannon Elizabeth Foundation.

Your donation would help to ensure we can continue our work saving endangered animals and supporting great people who protect them. Our goal at SEF is to create sustainable programs that have a genuine impact and are scalable.

These are just a couple of our in-house initiatives:

Save Orphaned Rhinos this festive season by donating to our collaboration with Care For Wild rhino sanctuary. 5 rhino calves have been orphaned this month alone. The costs of saving these babies is exorbitant and we desperately need your help. Please consider making a donation on behalf of a loved one as a gift this festive season. All funds raised will be donated to Care For Wild to help with rising vet bills and supplies.

One Woman’s Legacy is a scholarship fund and mentorship program that comprehensively supports aspiring, young female conservationists.

•TUITION: We cover all tuition fees directly with the university, so everything is clean and transparent.

•ROOM/BOARD: We cover all living expenses as needed so that the girls can focus on their studies.

•FIELD EXPENSES: We purchase the required field equipment and either gift it or loan it to the student for use during their studies.

•MENTORING: We are creating an invaluable community of mentors to provide career and life guidance for our first-generation graduates.

Rhino Review (, launched in August of 2019, is a regularly updated website where you can learn all about rhinos from the beginning of their recorded existence to the present. It includes the hottest rhino news stories from the week and keeps people informed via a bi-weekly newsletter. The research and writing have all been thanks to our Editor-in-Chief, Peter Borchert.

Big Cat Review is next in the pipeline.

Munu is a very rare species of black rhino that is completely blind in both eyes. We have partnered in the commitment to not just care for Munu, but to also set up a breeding program to help repopulate the park in South Africa that he comes from.

To find out more about any of our initiatives, please visit, or email us at