Get Involved

There are lots of ways you can help
None of our conservation achievements - advocacy, working with communities and disseminating vital conservation information - would be possible without you.

Get involved right now:
Become a Member . As a member of EAWLS you are helping ensure that all people in East Africa benefit from the diversity, beauty and richness of nature.

Renew your Membership . Renew your mmebrship today and continue supporting our conservation efforts in East Africa.

Donate Now. Make a donation today. Supporting EAWLS signifies your dedication to conservation and wise use of the environment in East Africa.

Campaign with Us. EAWLS has advocacy campaigns on a wide range of environmental issues and is a far stronger negotiator when supported by many other voices. You can help us turn up the pressure and create real change by making your voice count. Sign up for our e-newsletter to stay informed of new campaigns.

Stay informed. You can subscribe to our quarterly newsletter to keep up with the latest environmental news and events.

Support our Online Shop. Our products are chosen with the planet in mind and we have a great range of goodies on offer. Proceeds go to supporting our conservation work.

Leave a Gift in your Will. Help to ensure that future generations have a world worth living in by remembering EAWLS in your will.

Organise a Fundraising Event. Support or organise fundraising events (be it a conservation run, music for wildlife or tree planting event) in your community and help us raise funds and awareness.

Get your Business Involved. You can support EAWLS by choosing us to be your Charity of the Year for your Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Alternatively, you can partner with us to green your company by helping you build sustainability into your brand.

Volunteer With Us. If you would like to work with a regional organization, either as a volunteer or an intern, then the EAWLS might be the organization for you.

© 2016 East Africa Wildlife Society. All Rights Reserved.