The Bodhi Tree Foundation serves as the US-based 501(c)(3) arm for travel organizations with similar missions and values, allowing them greater reach among US travelers and providing them a trusted and secure means to donate. We are currently the 501(c)(3) for the following organizations:
SINGITA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST
Singita is committed to making a sustainable difference and to protecting the environment and wildlife. A number of successful projects have come to fruition, including the building of schools, micro- financing small businesses, supporting agricultural as well as training people in the conservation and hospitality sectors.
Chem Chem is proud to contribute to Tanzania’s community development and wildlife conservation efforts through their LIVEWILDLIFE foundation. Its aim is environmental protection in rural areas, assisting communities in their efforts to safeguard surrounding wildlife and in the long run supporting the education system.
The Hide Camp established The Hide Community Trust, which is a non-profit organization. This Trust runs alongside The Hide and is partnering with a surrounding local community. Our aim is for the relief of poverty, the promotion of education, as well as the benefits of conservation.
The Sol y Luna Association is a non- profit institution, fully financed with the hotel Sol y Luna’s profits plus voluntary contributions from generous guests, friends and benefactors seamlessly connecting its hospitality business with the ‘grassroots’ of the culture and people in the Sacred Valley in Peru.
The Bodhi Tree Foundation is proud to be partnering with the following organizations in their joint efforts to protect vulnerable elephant populations and their habitats worldwide.
Clinton Global Initiative
The Bodhi Tree Foundation was a 2016 member of the Clinton Global Initiative and is a member of its Elephant Action Network, a collective effort of its members to make a greater impact in protecting elephants.
The Bodhi Tree Foundation is a Coalition Member of Wildlife Conservation Society’s 96 Elephants Campaign. The 96 Elephants Campaign is an advocacy and awareness program focusing on securing effective moratoria on sales of ivory, bolstering elephant protection and educating the public about the link between ivory consumption and the elephant poaching crisis. www.96elephants.org
World Elephant Society
The Bodhi Tree Foundation is an Associate Partner of World Elephant Day, an initiative and platform created in 2012 to raise global awareness about the plight of elephants by the non-profit organization, World Elephant Society. www.worldelephantday.org
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