One small step is the beginning of something incredible
For the next 15 months I want to devote my time, my heart and work hard to improve the situation on our planet. I want to do what I know professionaly – help wild, often endangered animals.
START May 28th 2018!
6 weeks – protection project of Kemp's ridley sea turtle in Mexico -> LINK
6 weeks – wildlife sanctuary in Bolivia -> LINK
6 weeks – sanctuary of wild cats in Bolivia -> LINK
3 months – protection project of Slow loris in Indonesia -> LINk
And what’s next? I want to set off on a further journey. It depends on where they need help and from you! Yes, yes, from you. My expedition will not be possible without the financial support of people who also want the world to be a better place. My work is a voluntary service, for which I dedicate my life's savings, but unfortunately it is not enough. That's why I am asking you for financial support and sharing this project on social media.
Why it is so important?
Recently, there are more and more activities that aim is to save the environment! But this is still not enough and without active help and deeds from our side further species will be extinct, and the natural environment will irrevocably be destroyed ... Our consumerism is an important factor through which our planet is heavily exploited. It also affects areas that seem unpolluted by human activity ... And yet, even there, you can feel how many expectations we have from the side of our planet. Fortunately, EVERYONE can contribute to the activities that help rescue our planet! I want to be part of it and YOU CAN ALSO!
Goals of crowdfunding
1000 € – this amount will fully allow me to work in Mexico and Bolivia
2600 €– another 3 months of work. I am really happy about this! Sanctuary of wild cats needs help.
4200, 5800, 7300– each of this amount is extension of my work for 3, 6 and 9 months. Project to rescue Slow loris in Indonesia or maybe preservation of lemurs on Madagaskar? There are a lot of ideas. Sky is the limit!
More than 7300 – this amount not only allow me to offer my work for next 15 months, but also support visiting places financially. So don’t wait and support this project. Goals are noble!
Thank you for reading this comprehensive description of my trip. What if for some reason I can not continue my journey? Do not worry - I will spend the collected money on organizations dealing with environmental protection and saving wild animals. Thank you for every financial support and sharing :)
15 €– thanks in form of photo with rescued animal
30 € – thanks in form of video with rescue animal
45 € – postcard
100 € – online talk, postcard and video
Bigger amount – official sonsor of mission
Look how I am working
I also invite you to my instagram, where you will know what my mission looks like: @anna.przezdziak
Being aware of the fact that the fate of animals is not indifferent to us, it happens to be used for business purposes. Unfortunately, it happens often. That's why it took me a few months to learn where to look for real volunteers that are help, not harm to animals and the natural environment. What looks good on the surface may be disastrous. At this moment, I really appreciate my studies at the University and additional activities, conversations with scientists and activists, because they gave me knowledge on how to help and I want to use this knowledge in practice.
Anna Przezdziak. Vegan. Minimalism and zero waste philosophy are also valid for her. A student of the 3rd year of Breeding and Preservation of Wild and Companion Animals at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland. She spent her last semester at the Erasmus + exchange in the Czech Republic and studied Wildlife and Livestock Management in Tropics at Tropical agrisciences (CULS). During her studies, she was active in scientific student associations, the international organization Euroleague for Life Sciences (ELLS) and other initiatives. She completed her internship at the Warsaw Zoo and the Green Office of Warsaw. In addition, a year ago, she visited Sakaerat Najas Project in Thailand. During this trip she acquired unprecedented experience in working with venomous snakes and learned how to conduct research related to their natural behavior, with the least possible interference from the human side. She is not scared of hard conditions or cooperating with people from another cultures. Creativity and open-mined are the words which can describe her the most.
Photos from my first step - project of Kemp's ridley sea turtle in Mexico:
Here are some photos from my previous animal-related activities: