How You Can Help

Please sign and share our petition to the Canadian government asking them to ban the domestic trade of elephant ivory in Canada:

!! Elephanatics contribution to The Guardian UK paper Q & A “What You Can Do To Help Elephants” February 13th, 2017!! 

Don’t purchase ivory. Stopping the demand will make poaching elephants profitless. After China, the United States is the second largest consumer of ivory. If we stop buying, the killing will too.

Don’t support places that use elephants as attractions such as rides or shows. This includes circuses and elephant encounters in Asia. In order for elephants to be docile enough for human interaction, they must be removed from their mothers at a very young age and subjected to cruel training.

This document is a compilation of ethical elephant camps and tourist friendly locations that we condone visiting. (Credit: Leanne Fogarty)

Don’t support zoos with elephants. The poaching industry and zoos go hand in hand, as many babies of poached mothers will be sold to zoos internationally

Volunteer! Getting involved by spreading the word about ending the trade in ivory goes a long way to helping. Check our volunteer section for ways you can help.

Host the annual Global March for Elephants and Rhinos or do your own ‘min’ march for elephants at your school!

Become a student Ambassador at your school. Start a club for endangered species, or an Elephanatics club!  See –  Elephanatics-Ambassador-duties

Donate to Elephanatics!

Help support Elephants by buying books written by our co-founder, Fran Duthie. All proceeds of book sales go to support African and Asian elephant conservation.



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