About the WEF
The Wildlife Education Foundation (WEF) is an apolitical, Non-Profit Organisation (reg. no: 078-886 NPO, PBO: 930039447) founded and managed with integrity by a group of professionals with a passion and an interest in sustainable development, biodiversity, education and the conservation of our natural heritage.
As a registered NPO and PBO any sponsorship and/or donation to the WEF are exempt by SARS from donation tax and/or estate duty in terms of the respective Income and Estate Duty Acts. WEF is also a LEVEL 4 BEE Contributor and a 100% contributor towards Preferential Procurement.
“The best way to determine the future, is to create it TODAY!”
(dr. MJ Grundlingh)
Conservation through Education
It is the vision of the WEF that through its environment and wildlife educational efforts, the natural environment and biodiversity will be respected, valued and conserved by an informed and responsible human population, ensuring sustainable development and a healthy planet for generations to come.
Our mission is to improve the standard of education for sustainable development, wildlife education and knowledge as well as conservation by promoting education,skills development, research and providing leadership towards education for sustainable development and conservation.
Since 2010 the WEF has visited and done Wildlife & Conservation presentations and workshops at more than 80 schools & other organisations, reaching more than 120 000
learners, educator and adults per year
National ENVIRO-HERO Project
WEF School Projects
Conservation through Education – Wildlife/ENVIRO Campus
Conservation & Wildlife Resource Material
Giving Wildlife & Nature a VOICE through AudioVisual Media
WEF Volunteer Program
ONLY KNOWLEDGE can change human ATTITUDES & ACTIONS – and this is the ONLY logical and realistic LONG-TERM SOLUTION to CONSERVATION and the preservation of life on this beautiful planet – TODAY AND TOMORROW!!!
Whatever you want to do, do it now! There are only so many tomorrows!
Wall of Wildlife HEROES
WEF Volunteer Experience
BunduBash Wildlife TV
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