ENDANGERED SPECIES INTERNATIONAL
Rating: 4.97 stars 149 149 reviews 5,578
Location: 2112 Hayes Street San Francisco CA 94117 USA
Results: Protect more than 25 endangered species, created several protected areas, planted thousands of native and rare trees to restore back forest, empowered tribes and much more.
Programs: Saving endangered species, protecting coral reefs, awareness and education on conservation and nature, restoring and protecting rainforest.
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Endangered Species International is an amazing group that really gets things done out in the field. I applaud their effort and hard work to save endangered animals and their home! Most fund is spent on the field for direct impacts..no wasting resources!
I love this place! My cousins told me about this organization last year and have raved about their experience volunteering. http://www.endangeredspeciesinternational.org/
This is an excellent and very active nonprofit group. I have learned about a lot of issues of which I probably would not have been aware of. I am very supportive of their direct actions in the field for saving wildlife and natural world. in Africa, Asia....
I've been an avid supporter of Endangered Species International for a couple of years now. They do an incredible hard job to protect wildlife and wilderness. They are independent and do not please big oil or bad business in exchange of a donation. I will continue to support them in their efforts to preserve and protect because our governments and private sectors are not doing their work for the pubic interest.
I am impressed by the work on the ground to save biodiversity by this group. Very courageous program and activities in Congo to save gorillas and rainforest and other parts of the world. Very strong cooperation and support from local communities. I will continue to support ESI.
I am Waizul Haque. I educate the poor children without any fee at my home. Because I am passionate about serving the needs of the most vulnerable people on this planet. I want to improve the lives of children living in poverty through education .
i volunteered for ESI and WWF and at the end ESI impressed me much better. ESI has qualified, dedicated and passion staff. ESI does not waste resources (unlike WWF!) and work very closely with indegenous people. We did a lot of field work like planting rare trees and conducting education on conservation at schools. At the office of WWF, staff was playing game online, so disgusting....
Endangered Species International is the real deal with real people with passion to protect nature in the most remote places where no other charities dare to go. I love that group...
I was impressed by their commitment, strong work, and real good professional volunteers as well. They are fighting a real and urgent cause, saving biodiversity in much needed places like Africa and Asia where destruction is rampant and conservation should be a priority.
Transparency and very good use of donation is very important to me, that's why i continue to support Endangered Species International. Too many organizations are not efficient enough and the big ones are run like corporations to please corporations.