Frequently Asked Questions

What does your organization do?

Our organization houses and raises endangered African animals, specifically African Antelope species, to help prevent their extinction by providing offspring to be used for reintroduction into their native habitats.

How can I get involved?

We’re always on the lookout for individuals like you wanting to get involved. Visit our ‘Get Involved’ section to find out ways to donate or volunteer.

If I were to donate funds, how is my money used?

We have a responsibility to our community and our donors and work hard to ensure the long-term sustainability of the organization. We make our IRS Form 990 available for review, as required by law.

What is your organization’s privacy policy?

Our organization takes our privacy policy seriously and takes steps to protect and ensure the safety of our supporters. We do not sell or otherwise disclose information about our volunteers or supporters outside of our immediate organization. This policy has no exceptions. We do not sell or exchange your information with any other organizations, public, private or nonprofit. For more detailed information visit our Privacy Policy page.

Conservation Resources:

As with any conservation effort the most effective tool available is EDUCATION. If humans do not understand the issues then they are unaware of how to contribute towards alleviating the problem.

The more questions folks have the better we like it. Questions present us the opportunity to reach out and engage with others to help them grasp just how serious the plight of endangered animals has become. We encourage everyone to contact us whether you have a single question or wish to become totally involved in the effort. We think of you as a partner with us when you become interested in the conservation program.  The more partners we have the more successful we become in attaining our conservation goals.

So please get involved and help us accomplish our mission. We love to hear from you!

Listed below are just a few of the many fine organizations working very hard toward the same goals. They are excellent sources for conservation information.