TOGETHER WE CAN PROTECT NATURE’S PROTECTORS
Every dollar to the field makes a difference; that’s why 100% of donations under $1000 go directly to where it is needed most.
Thank you for your support and for standing with Rangers.
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TGLF Monthly Donation
When you become a Ranger Defender, you’re helping to provide anti-poaching equipment and training to the rangers working on the conservation battlefield – protecting endangered wildlife from poachers and helping the rangers protect themselves too. With over 200,000 elephants killed in the last 5 years and 1000 rangers over 10 years, there has never been a more critical time to support them than now!
Give a Single Gift
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UK & EU Donation
Donate to TGLF from the UK and Europe via the Born Free UK Ranger support program
Donate to TGLF from the USA via the Born Free USA Rescue & Welfare Projects
Donations from outside Australia can also be made via direct deposit:
Step 1. Place your donation into our system
Step 2. Transfer the donation
- The Thin Green Line Foundation Ltd
- Bank: Bendigo Bank Australia
- International Swift Code: BENDAU3B
- BSB: 633000
- Account: 131295404
It is important that you reference your deposit. Please use either the order number generated at the time of your online donation, or your full name. Please note that a direct deposit is not the same as a direct debit. A direct deposit requires the donor to initiate and finalise a transfer.
Please address your cheque to: The Thin Green Line Foundation, PO Box 3041, South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3205
All donations over $2 are tax deductible in Australia, and in the UK and USA via our partners.
Other ways to Support Us
Our pillars of support
Helping to train a Ranger keeps them safe and prevents poaching.
Providing basic equipment like radios,
first aid kits and boots to Rangers makes
a massive difference to their morale.
Rangers often pay the ultimate sacrifice.
Honour them by providing their families with a future.
Rangers stand against the illegal trade in wildlife.
Over 100 Rangers are killed in the line of duty every year.
Photos: Copyright Ranger Campus: Cees Bardman & Johan Seijbel
Photos courtesy of Frank af Petersen & Adrian Stern