First aid kits to help our giraffe team
In Meru National Park in Kenya, our new Twiga* Team is dedicated to protecting rare reticulated giraffes. So, when you buy them a virtual gift of two first aid kits - either for yourself or someone else - you'll help support them. The team is hard at work removing hundreds of deadly wire snares, set illegally by poachers.
This effort is life-saving - long-limbed giraffes are especially vulnerable to snares and can suffer agonising deaths. Determined to keep them safe, our locally employed Twiga Team works long hours, so a good first aid kit is essential to treat any small injuries they suffer. You could help ensure the health of these brave men and women and allow their vital conservation work to protect endangered giraffes to continue.
We treat all purchases of gifts as donations and will spend the money to help provide practical solutions to humanely resolve conflict between people and wild animals.
Virtual gifts are a sustainable option to show someone that you care about them, and the planet. No packaging, minimal carbon footprint and maximum support for Born Free's vital work to keep wildlife in the wild.
*Twiga is Swahili for giraffe
First aid kits to help our giraffe team Gift £20.00