In July next year I will be travelling to Kenya to undertake a 3 week voluntary placement abroad with serendipity wildlife foundation. serendipity wildlife foundation is a non government organization that working around the world to protect and conserve wildlife and its habitats and providing and coordinating volunteers to assist with wildlife projects. It is going to cost me over $3000 ( Including air fare and other paper work) . As I am unable to afford this ( I am still studying to be a professional safari guide and currently unemployed after the eastersunday attacks) I would appreciate any support that you can give me towards the funding of my voluntary work.
The project will be conducted at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, from July 06 -28, 2020. We are required to be actively involved in this project by travelling to Kenya and engaging in-field activity and being part of the team. As I am getting trained to be a professional Safari Game Ranger in Sri Lanka, I believe that this is a great learning opportunity to be in the team. Also, I am one of the very few female safari rangers in Sri Lanka, who wants to make a difference and break the stereotypes of being a female Safari Ranger in Sri Lanka ( Currently we have less than 10 female Safari Rangers in Sri Lanka).
Any donation you can give will be a massive help! Thank you so much for your support. I will keep everyone updated on how my fundraising is going and what I get up to in Kenya!
If you are from Sri Lanka and would like to donate, you can send it to the following details:
Bank Account Details (local and overseas transfers):
Bank Name: Commercial Bank of Ceylon PLC , Baddegama Branch
Account No.: 8002273583
Account Name: A K P Madushani
If you want to have a look at what I will be doing, here is a link to the CSI website: https://www.csiwildlife.org/
Also you can see my pictures here in https://www.instagram.com/thegirlfromthebush/ I have already attached few photos in the profile as well.
My personal travel blog : http://www.thissrilankangirl.com/
Cover photo credits: https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammal...