The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is based in Nairobi, Kenya, with the head office in Tsavo East National Park. The conservation partners are vital in protecting Africa’s threatened wildlife and conserving habitats. At the same time, corporate friends support the Trust in many ways, from the percentage of sales contributions to skills sharing, all intending to give back to wildlife.
The Trust works across Kenya to secure wildlife. They not only work to protect elephants and rhinos, but entire ecosystems and the diverse flora and fauna sustained in these places of stunning natural beauty.
The orphanage in Nairobi is open to the public for one hour daily. This is a unique, time-honored tradition in which the public will learn more about the conservation work and meet the orphans in their care. Those wishing to visit must make a booking in advance to ensure availability.
The orphanage protects several threatened and endangered animal species across Kenya, including black and white rhinos and iconic animals like African elephants. Saving endangered species ensures many other animals and ecosystems continue to survive and, more importantly, thrive.