My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for International Snow Leopard Trust, Seattle, WA, USA
My company was looking for the worlds best Snow Leopard research and conservation programs when we found the Snow Leopard Trust. They were a perfect fit! The Snow Leopard Trust's conservation programs are designed to help people in Snow Leopard areas increase their household income and raise their standard of living. As part of these program, families agree to help protect the Snow Leopard and the unique habitat they share. The Snow Leopard Trust offers many other excellent programs also, such as their Grazing Free Reserves in India.
A quote from the Snow Leopard Trust:
"We are helping four communities in India set aside land that is free from grazing by domestic livestock and other forms of resource use. This enables the recovery of snow leopards and their prey. The largest and oldest reserve, in the Kibber community, has been extremely successful and highlights the good that can come from these reserves: today, the Kibber reserve is home to the largest population of blue sheep in the region (nearly 350), and 3-4 snow leopards have been observed using the reserve.
$100 = manages a wildlife reserve for snow leopards for one month
Your money goes far: the Snow Leopard Trust has Charity Navigator's highest rating for organizational efficiency. "
I could not be happier with The Snow Leopard Trust and all their conservation efforts. Their wonderful researchers and staff are also a pleasure to work with!
Thank you Snow Leopard Trust for all your hard work :)
CEO & Founder of Endangered Wildlife Bros
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Snow Leopards need help. They are very endangered and are some of the worlds most beautiful creatures.
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