Volunteers are the backbone of an organization. They provide time, energy and talents that can produce game-changing and historical events. They generate enthusiasm and interest that help to create a positive image of the organization. Elephanatics has been lucky enough to find some of these people, but we are always in search of more talent!
Last year Vancouver joined 137 cities and over 50,000 people worldwide who marched to raise awareness of the elephant and rhino poaching crisis facing these two species and to call for an end to the ivory and rhino horn trade that is pushing them rapidly towards extinction. Join us here!
Volunteer Opportunities for Elephanatics
- Elephanatics hosts The Global March for Elephants and Rhinos. Positions listed above
- Cultural Ambassadors and/or translators. This is a global problem! – see list below for Ambassador duties
- Delivery of short classroom presentations – a volunteer willing to read our specific books to primary grades about poaching
- Fundraiser organizers – leaders to take charge and start a fundraiser for elephants
- Letter writing and petition circulation – start a campaign to help elephants by writing your political candidates.
- Social Media Involvement – Twitter, Instagram, Facebook posting expertise
- Website updating – we need experienced WordPress volunteers
- Newsletter authors – we need volunteers to put our newsletters in Mailchimp
- Blog enthusiast/contributor
- Volunteer coordinator
- Take part in our #ivoryfreecanada campaign – see below:
Did you know it is still legal to buy and sell ivory in Canada? Both African and Asian elephants may be extinct in the wild in our lifetime, mainly due to poaching.
Elephanatics created the #ivoryfreecanada campaign to help keep our elephants alive.
Elephanatics wrote a letter to the Canadian government, requesting a ban on all domestic trade of elephant ivory. Over 80 Canadian and international scientists, politicians and animal organizations have co-signed the letter!
We Need Your Help!
Download the #ivoryfreecanada mini-poster or create your own with the same hashtag. Take a photo of you holding it and post it on social media with the handles: #ivoryfreecanada and @elephanaticsbc.
Challenge your friends to do the same to save elephants.
2. Email your photo to email@example.com and we will add it to our website.
3. Sign the petition that will also go to the government. Share it on all your SM platforms.
4. Tell your friends and family about the elephant crisis and how a domestic ban on elephant ivory trade would help.
Calling all students! Become an Ambassador for Elephanatics!
If you would like to donate your time to us, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the form below: