Pupils of the “Bloemendaal Schoolvereniging” have raised a record amount of 10,000.05 Euros for the projects supported by Omogolo Wildlife Trust! A huge Thank You to all of them, and to the teachers, parents and other donors! What a great job!
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From the Chimpanzee rehab center in DRC: "We are specially touched for this initiative of kids (and teachers 😊) of two schools in Holland: Primary school ‘De Kring’ in Oegstgeest and Primary School Goejanverwelle in Hekendorp. "Many small people in small places, doing small things, can change the world."❤️ Thanks to Omogolo Wildlife Trust for making it possible!"
Game Rangers International (Zambia) and the Sea Turtle project in Nigeria each receive 750 Euros thanks to a generous donation of one of our donors!
During their annual week of celebrations, primary school De Kring in Oegstgeest (Netherlands) raised a substantional amount for our projects. A big Thank You!
Today primary school Goejanverwelle in Hekendorp, the Netherlands raised money for the projects we support. What a great initiative!
Today, sadly, the last Northern White Rhino died at the age of 45 at Ol Pejeta conservancy in Kenya.
Dutch author Dick van Kooten helps us to raise more funds and offers his latest book for each donation of 25 Euros and more!
Omogolo Wildlife Trust joins the campaign ' Toegift.nl', encouraging donors to leave a gift to causes they care for in their will...
Omogolo Wildlife Trust helps Seal Shelter Terschelling (Zeehonden Opvang Terschelling) building a new shelter for the seals.
On Saturday 7th October Maun marched for the Global March for Elephants, Rhinos and Lions. We thank all donors, local sponsors and safari operators that donated the bush trips for the winning children!