Your donation goes to helping our ongoing projects. With no office and only volunteers we try and streamline our overhead to make sure we can get the most out of every donation. Your support helps fund our critical efforts to help save dholes.
We're not done yet either! Covid-19 slowed us down, but we're not out. We are looking forward to rebuilding the field research capacity in the future but want to make sure it is safe for the people on the ground. In the mean time we are creating a bigger awareness for dhole in social media, in schools and anyway we can.
So let me ask you, will you help save dholes?
Donate right to a project
We understand that sometimes people want their donation to go right to a project. We allow you to do that. The following projects are getting funds from the Dhole Conservation Fund.
IUCN- Dhole Working Group
The IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) Dhole Working Group has been hard at work over the last few years. We were able to join them for their last in-person group in 2019 where they worked towards a Population and Habitat Viability Assessment for dholes across their range. Due to covid and a halt on international travel there has not been another in person meeting, but work continued within the group as they met quarterly via video meetings. Now with travel back up and running the Dhole Working Group looks to gather again for a conference in 2023!
To learn more about the IUCN Dhole Working Group visit our IUCN Page
Dhole's of Nepal
The Friends of Nature Nepal (FoN Nepal) currently have two projects going that we are helping fund one, both benefit dholes just in different ways.
Annapurna Conservation Area - The first project we have partial funded and would love to get them to the point of full funding. These is a combo of ecology and conflict prevention and resolution.
Ramaroshan Wetland Complex – FoN Nepal would like to take their approach that worked in Annapurna Conservation Area and apply into another area. This region has not been full assessed at the moment, but dholes are known to inhabit the complex. Sadly, there is also known conflict. This would be a long-term project we would love to see develop throughout the years.
To learn more about FoN Nepal dholes programs visit our Projects and Partners Page
Dhole's of Cambodia
The Golden Triangle Asian Elephant Foundation (GTAEF) does work primarily with Elephants in Cambodia but their concession is home to a breeding population of dholes. They also the protectors of a critical corridor between two National Parks, it is under threat of land grabs right now. One of the parks also could become great habitate for dholes to repopulate, but they will need the corridor to do so.
To learn more about GTAEF Nepal dholes programs visit our Projects and Partners Page
General Donation to Dholes Conservation Fund
Round up and save
The Dhole Conservation Fund is a 501c3 non-profit. Any of your donations are tax deductible as the extent of the law.
Our EIN is 82-2556312
Our EIN is 82-2556312
Still Unsure if you want to donate?
Take a look at the dhole one last time here, and ask yourself, do you want a webpage be the last place these amazing creatures will call home?