WHAT ARE WE DOING TO HELP?
Our projects bring health & wellbeing to areas of the world that need it most
We are currently planning our next fundraising event in Atlanta, GA. We promise it will be fun, and as always, 100% of the funds collected will directly impact the wellbeing of endangered elephants.
Tsavo Water Bowser Project
Our current project is focused on purchasing a waterbowser (a 1000 liter water tank perched on a sturdy four-wheel-drive truck) to transport water to drought stricken areas throughout the Tsavo National Park where young elephants are on the brink of survival due to lack of rainfall.
Tsavo Anti-Poaching Teams
No war can be won without forces on the ground. Our fundraisers will equip anti-poaching teams in the Tsavo National Wildlife Park with vehicles, helicopters, drones, fuel, and other supplies. These teams work with the Kenya Wildlife Service to arrest poachers, remove snare traps, as well as assist injured and orphaned animals left behind.
Esupetai Water Well Project
Thank you for making the Esupetai water well a success. Your contribution will enhance the quality of life of the region for 65 years.
Win a Trip to Kenya
The WellBeing team is raffling a trip to Kenya in Fall of 2016! Each donation of $60 or more enters you to win. Some conditions apply, contact us for info! Kenya has a special place in our hearts, and we encourage you to learn more about the country, culture and wildlife.
Sometimes making a difference comes with a t-shirt. Donate $35 and we will send you a cool t-shirt! Use the Contact Us form to request your shirt. Supplies are limited, but we will keep you updated.
Percentage raised vs. goal for each ongoing project.
Founded in 2010, The WellBeing Foundation is a community of caring and committed volunteers. We work together to raise money and put it to use for the benefit of all life on Earth. When we learned of the Maasais' struggle to find drinking water in Esupetai, Kenya, we built a well to sustain the local Maasai for 65 years. Now that the people are taken care of, we are fighting for the survival of the endangered elephants in the Tsavo National Park of Kenya. Although our focus will change, our mission remains the same - to create well-being for the whole world. Come back to see the status of our projects, and know exactly what difference your donation is making for the world!
Esupetai School Construction
Tsavo Anti-Poaching Teams
Support the anti-poaching teams in the Tsavo National Wildlife Park
Tsavo Water Bowser
Purchase a water bowser for the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, which will bring water to the wildlife in the Tsavo National Park.
Esupetai Water Well
Drill a well for access to clean water.
MEET THE TEAM
The WellBeing Foundation is a culturally diverse group of friends, living to make a difference.
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