Tree of Life Foundation International, Inc. works with and supports nonprofit organizations dedicated to the rescue and protection of animals. In collaboration with committed organizations and volunteers the foundation has saved hundreds of animals, provided them with loving temporary care and found them well-matched habitats and forever homes.
The foundation has made a difference by aiding in peaceful coexistence of humans and animals and the rescue of animals in need of relocation, protecting endangered animals and assisting in creating safe habitat spaces while advocating and aiding in the persecution of wild animals.
Among the organizations supported by the Tree of Life Foundation International, Inc. are; Audubon Florida, Palm Beach Zoo, Rhinos without Borders and Peggy Adams Animal Rescue. When hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, The foundation was able to rescue hundreds of animals that were left behind.
Please consider making a donation to our Animal Branch to continue to support, advocate and protect the world’s animals.
Tree of Life Foundation International supports nonprofit organizations dedicated to rescue and protect the animals. Working with committed organizations and volunteers we were able to help and save hundreds of animals, provide them with loving temporary care and find them well-matched habitat and forever homes.
The Tree of Life Foundation International, Inc. is proud to support the Zulu Nyala Group towards Rhino Conservation in South Africa. Our donations have contributed towards the purchase of a rhino breeding cow & her calf that were released on the Zulu Nyala Game Reserve. Trevor Shaw, owner and founder of the Zulu Nyala Private Game Reserve has owned three major game reserves in South Africa and has been actively and personally involved in Rhino Conservation and shares a great love and passion towards these beautiful animals.
The Tree of Life Foundation International, Inc. supported the relocation of 83 elephants in Malawi, Africa by the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW); the elephants were successfully relocated to Majete Wildlife Reserve. IFAW was founded in Canada in 1969 to confront the cruel commercial slaughter of harp and hooded seals, today the IFAW is one of the world’s leading animal welfare organizations. IFAW has representation in sixteen countries and carries out its animal welfare work in more than forty. IFAW works from its global headquarters in the United States and focuses its campaigns on improving the welfare of wild and domestic animals by reducing the commercial exploitation of animals, protecting wildlife habitats, and assisting animals in distress. IFAW works both on the ground and in the halls of government to safeguard wild and domestic animals and seeks to motivate the public to prevent cruelty to animals and to promote animal welfare and conservation policies that advance the well-being of both animals and people.
The Tree of Life Foundation International, Inc. supports the “Our Horns are not Medicine Campaign”. Along with philanthropist Helen and Helena Guest, the foundation hosted a fundraising event for the campaign which also created awareness and educated the public on the plight of South Africa’s Rhino.
Jane Goodall Instituite
The Tree of Life Foundation International, Inc. supports the Jane Goodall Institute’s mission to inspire and empower people to take informed and compassionate action to make the world a better place. The Jane Goodall Institute is a global community conservation organization that advances the vision and work of Dr. Jane Goodall, by protecting chimpanzees and inspiring people to conserve the natural world we share. To improve the lives of people, animals and the environment by restoring habitats and fighting climate change, providing environmental education for children and adults and fighting to end wildlife trafficking.
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