Everest Base Camp is the ultimate personal challenge, climbing to 17,000 ft in the World's highest mountain range, walking on glaciers and breathing air with only half the oxygen content that there is at sea level. The aim is to raise funds for the Young Explorer Programme of ...
An African Elephant is poached for its tusks every 26 minutes, on average.
This is the shocking statistic at the heart of Explorers Against Extinction, a registered UK charity (Reg. No. 1177505. ) with a mission to promote the conservation of wildlife and wild spaces.
Fund-raising for us would make a big difference to the frontline projects we support, and getting started is easy. Just click the yellow 'Fundraise' button above and create a page. Whether you're running, rowing, walking, climbing, baking, painting or singing, as we've discovered - if everybody helps a little, it can make a real difference.
We work with different nominated projects and partners each year, from helping to safeguard Tapanuli Orangutans in Sumatra with The Ape Alliance (2019), to elephant anti-poaching initiatives with African Parks in Garamba, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (2018).
We raise awareness about threats to iconic species and their habitats through events and our touring exhibitons Sketch for Survival and Focus for Survival.
We also encourage you to explore more with responsible wildlife tourism just one effective way to contribute to conservation.
To find out more about our work and all the different initiatives please click here.
We welcome your support!