Our Story

JOIN US IN SUPPORTING THE BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN WHO ARE ON THE FRONT LINES OF CONSERVATION.

Problem

The COVID-19 pandemic’s ripple effects are broad; leaving virtually no industry, economy, or continent immune. As travel and tourism were brought to a standstill, wilderness areas and lodges were left empty and national parks and protected areas faced a severe drop in tourism revenue.  Rangers were left with their salaries uncertain and without the tools and resources they needed to protect wildlife. This “perfect storm” of conditions is leaving many endangered animals highly vulnerable to wildlife crime.

The Solution

In the face of lost tourism revenue driven by Covid-19, Project Ranger fills a critical gap in supporting the wildlife monitoring, surveying, and anti-poaching operations of existing NGO’s in Africa. It is an emergency fund supporting those on the front lines of conservation; supplementing the budget deficits of local ground partners by funding salaries and providing operational support for wildlife monitors, rangers and anti-poaching personnel. Contributions from private individuals, foundations, and corporate partners keep rangers employed and ensure they have the resources they need to do their best work.

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GET YOUR LIMITED EDITION PROJECT RANGER APPAREL NOW!

Launching 9 August 2021

Why not purchase one of these limited edition FLOAT (For Love of All Things) Project Ranger apparel items for yourself, a friend or loved one before Sunday 15 August 2021?

Proceeds from the sales go towards the Great Plains Foundation Project Ranger Initiative.

COVID-19 Face Wear

KEEPING THE DREAM ALIVE!

All proceeds from the sale of these COVDID-19 face wear go to the Great Plains Foundation Project Ranger initiative.