In Thailand, animals are widely abused and exploited for profit and human gratification. It is a known fact that Thailand’s elephant population is struggling for survival with an estimated 2,200 individuals remaining. The elephant refuge centre was founded back in 2001 with the intention to rescue as many neglected elephants as possible. Their aim is to rehabilitate them as far as is feasible to allow them to live the rest of their lives in a safe environment as close to nature, while providing the best possible care.
The money raised will be used for my time spent at the rehabilitation centre and goes straight to the centre itself where it will be used to keep the centre running and to be able to continue to buy the necessities and equipment needed to take care of the wildlife.