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!
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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
Bank Address: Bendigo Bank, Ground Floor/290-292 Collins St, Melbourne, Australia 3000
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
The Thin Green Line Foundation (ABN: 22 126 573 779) is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient. Donations of $2 or more to The Thin Green Line Foundation are tax deductible in Australia. All donations over $2 in the UK and USA are tax deductible via our partners, BornFree UK and BornFree USA.
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