Our work wouldn’t be possible without the generous and ongoing support of the following individuals & organisations. (Click for more info)
Corporate & Trust Partners
Mr Price Sport has partnered with Project Rhino and have created beautiful rhino print t-shirts, that are available in stores. 10% of each t-shirt sale will be donated to Project Rhino to help protect SA’s rhinos
GoRhino Insurance Division is giving 2% of its ongoing revenue to Project Rhino. They are also assisting the project through direct marketing.
MSD Animal Health, manufacturers of Bravecto, provide all our working dogs in the K9-Unit with tick and flea prevention, to ensure they remain in top condition at all times.
Peter Eastwood from New Zealand has a passion for South Africa and our rhinos. He is the Founder of Imake Ltd. and launched the ‘Imake a Difference‘ campaign through which he supports Project Rhino’s ZAP-Wing and Rhino Art projects.
Salty Mermaid, designers of unique swimwear in the US, are donating $10 of every full price bikini purchase in their Africa Range to Project Rhino.
Pasichigare is a company assisting rural artists who create artwork sculptures. They are donating 20% of all of their rhino inspired work to Project Rhino as their contribution to help fight this war against rhino poaching. Should you want to support the Pasichigare artists, you can visit their website at www.pasichigare.com.
Project Partners & Ambassadors
The Kingsley Holgate Foundation is a long-term partner in both the Rhino Art Project and World Youth Wildlife Summits. Kingsley Holgate is a renowned explorer and humanitarian and often offers guest presentations at our fundraising events.
The Uthingo Foundation is a foundation that assists the Project Rhino, Rhino Art Programme with expanding and increasing our impact in local communities to achieve connectivity and reduce wildlife conflicts
Global Conservation Force is an international organisation dedicated to saving wildlife from extinction through education, anti-poaching and conservation efforts. GCF continue to support Project Rhino’s conservation efforts, particularly in the establishment of Horse Units to provide ongoing patrol protection.
Hailing from Empangeni in the heart of Zululand, Qadasi and Maqhinga are an acoustic duo on a quest to revive the powerful sounds of traditional Maskandi music. The duo have been recognised with numerous awards & accolades and have served as Project Rhino ambassadors for a number of years. Read more about Qadasi and Maqhinga
Dan Chiorboli is a celebrated musician who has performed all over the world and has worked as a session musician on over 200 albums. He is also a passionate conservationist and has agreed to be a Project Rhino brand ambassador as he travels across the globe. Read more about Dan Chiorboli…
Barrows has been one of our biggest supporters and sponsors in our youth-orientated projects Rhino Art – Let the Children’s Voices Be Heard and the World Youth Rhino Summit.