Take Action: Help Care for Rescued Elephants | KCET
Take Action: Help Care for Rescued Elephants
We invite our Earth Focus Environmental Film Festival attendees and KCET and Link TV audiences to take action in protecting Asian elephants, a topic covered during our event and in Abramorama’s “Love & Bananas: An Elephant Story,” the film featured during our opening night reception (win tickets to attend here), and our "Earth Focus" campaign on Illicit Ivory.
Save Elephant Foundation is a Thai non–profit organization dedicated to providing care and assistance to Thailand’s captive elephant population through a multifaceted approach involving local community outreach, rescue and rehabilitation programs, and educational ecotourism operations.
Visit Save Elephant Foundation's website more about how you can help this organization by volunteering with any of their projects, sponsoring one of their rescue animals, donating, or joining their online community and spreading the word.
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