Endangered Species International
Rating: 4.99 stars 170 reviews
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 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...
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.
One of the most effective group i know...spending more than 98 percent of donations in the field to protect directly threatened animals without compromises. I applaud their hard work and proud to be one of teh supporter. I love the rain forest and western gorilla in projects in Congo :)
This charity is definitely one of my top picks. They make a strong difference in the lives of endangered animals and work very hard to save them in their habitats because too often protection status means nothing and therefore wilderness must be protected. I learned about their work in coral reefs as well, very well done...keep creating marine protected areas we need them!
I love ESI direct conservation work in the field with long-term involvement with the indigenous people and local communities. Their projects are mostly field projects finding solutions to save endangered animals where it is needed. I will be a supporter as long as i can..Great conservation work!
Endangered Species International is one of the most determined and hard working of all the wildlife NGOs that I am aware of... they address many issues including human population growth in their work. They use donations very well and are not operating like big NGOs (WWF) with poor results for the money they have...i have worked for WWF for 5 years.....
We must protect wildlife and forest. That's whyI have joined ESI. Their work is quite different than many other groups especially the big ones (e.g., WWF and CI) as all their projects are rooted in the field and make significant impacts. I visited one field project in Congo and was amazed by their work and the impact it has on endangered animals and local people. Great work.
Substantial efforts have been made to uproot deforestation in tropical areas by Endangered Species International. I also agree with the grass root approach through many different activities to protect endangered life and wilderness. I am a supporter since 2009!
I am deeply impressed by Endangered Species International's excellent, dedicated conservation work for nature. 98% of donations go directly to helping animals and their home in the field. To save endangered species and their habitats, on-the-ground people are the ones to set the conservation agenda, not distant academics and bog non-governmental organizations. Their work is fabulous and I am proud to be a donor!
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I really admire what Endangered Species International does to save animals and rainforest. Their approach and work in the field is really what we save them from human destruction. I will keep donating to this group.
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