My story is all about living out my dream and passion. From the day we are born we begin to die, the time we have here is valuable. What we leave behind is all that matters at the end of my life's purpose this is where I need your help. To me, our most precious jewel is Africa's wildlife. We are busy losing our wildlife. Our most iconic of all beings that have walked this earth for millions of years are being wiped out. Each day that goes by, we lose 4 rhinos where only estimated 15000 remain with a birth rate if only one calve every 3 to 5 years they on an island demographic effect. 99 Elephants get killed for their tusk each day, which is sold as ivory in high demand on black markets, with 100s of other species in our wilderness I can go on. This is due to the greedy hands of poachers. In the last 20 years, we have lost more than half of the wildlife populations that are plummeting as you read this. These animals are worth millions to wildlife traffickers in the black market trade, which is the 3rd largest trade in the world. The reason, why I need the funds, is to take my Belgium Malinois dog plus myself, get us trained at Braveheart Bio-Dog Academy which is a registered security company, get us qualified to a DH1-4 level tracking handler course for anti-poaching to serve and protect our wildlife. This will enable us to fight and continue the war that is unseen to the world going on in Africa. Ensure that we can try to save and protect more of its wildlife. This training will give us the tools, knowledge, correct paperwork and further our skill to fight for our wildlife in Africa. Not only will I be grateful for the funds, but future generations will also be grateful that we tried to stop this atrocity that is busy happening. I believe that action is the only way. You might not be able to go into the wild and fight a war going on. That is where we come in. United with any small amount no matter what, it will help us to continue the fight to try and stop this. Try to make a difference one step at a time. I leave you with this question. are we going to allow these animals to go extinct? We have already lost the northern white rhino in our generation. Biggest of all is what will we leave our children behind when we turn to dust? Thank you for your time to read this and if not share this as wide as possible.