Volunteer to Save African Wildlife
Nikela is a virtual team of volunteers. Contribute your expertise, get school or college credits and learn a new skill, Volunteer to save African Wildlife. Learn how you can be part of the solution to save endangered species in Africa.
Some marvelous people are involved with Nikela. As a volunteer run public charity Nikela has no paid staff. Everything is accomplished via in-kind donations of time and expertise from people, like you, who live all around the world and want to do something to save Africa’s endangered and threatened wildlife.
When you donate time and your expertise to Nikela or deeply discount your professional services we let everybody know (plus you get an in-kind donation receipt, credit as a student intern or a glowing letter of recommendation.) We’d love to add your name to the list below.
Send us an email and let’s discuss how you can help.
How our Volunteers, Interns and Angels make a difference
Liz – Freelance copy writer and super guest blogger.
Deborah – Design professor who created our new logo and some of our infographics.
Pallavi – Business consultant who writes and provides expertise in a variety of behind-the-scenes important stuff.
Eric – Film maker, who produced the marvelous video “Africa for 8 Months” and shares his expertise to improve our in-house video production.
Mina – Media marketer who blew life back into our Facebook Fan page and manages it like a pro.
Sylvia – Researches and writes about cheetahs. She also creates a slew of powerful Headlines, Description and Post summaries for our blogs to help market them.
Michelle – Researches current wildlife issues and writes articles for our blog
Joyce – Fast and great at creating infographics to easily grasp data and facts, primarily for Pinterest and other social media.
Wendy S – Researched and wrote “Wildlife Trafficking: It’s Impact on the Rhino Yesterday and Today” a must read if you care about rhino.
Michael – Retired ranger, shared an amazing story about his work with rhinos in the 70’s in the ebook “Moving Rhino“.
Kalli – Shares information and increases our followers as she works her social media magic on Twitter.
Wendy B – Developed our ‘Save the Rhino’ Kids’ Party Kit for fun and learning for elementary age children.
Kristen – High school student in South Africa contributes remarkable stories for our blog, such as “Poacher Attack: Through the Eyes of a Rhino Calf”
Colleen – Contributes to our Meatless Monday Recipe series regularly.
Kenneth – Website maintenance and upgrades, like new navigation button for easier access to information
Heidi – Updated our database of Wildlife groups on Facebook in preparation for World Rhino Day (2012)
Craig – Along with HyperHaus updated all the programs and plugins for our website this summer (2012)
Ryan – South African filmmaker provided amazing video footage for Nikela’s contribution to celebrate World Rhino Day (2012)
Maggie – Former wildlife rehab director, spent a week with Karin’s primate project and delivered a donation check from Nikela to her
Nicole – South African expat working in Hong Kong founded Graze for Rhino to get POACHED! and other info translated and circulated in Asia to stop the rhino poaching
Jess – Born in South Africa and going to school in Chicago, delivered a donation check to our Raptor project this summer (2012) and produced “The Rhino’s Song” the video (with her team) released on World Rhino Day (2012)
Danielle – Primate lover writes for us about Wildlife Species such as Black Rhino, White Rhino, Lanner Falcons, Vervet Monkeys, and Baboons; and contributes to the blog series Favorite Wildlife Friday.
Kevin – Along with Anti-Poaching Intelligence Group Southern Africa provides crucial information about poaching related topics.
Niki – Contributed to our Meatless Monday Recipe posts.
Saleha – Contributed much to our Twitter conversations.
Megaen – Writes for us and does a little coordinating with our experts in South Africa.
Sand – Creates many of our eye catching videos
Jim and Lisa – As part of Stormhill Media designed and maintain the website. Three times over now.
Frank – From Frank Van Egmond Photography gets great shots at some of our projects
Noah and AJ – Along with DonationPay provide our donation solution so your gift is processed securely
Gillian – Runs The Trails Runners and has offered to consult with us on raising funds with 5ks
Liz Williams – Our trusty CPA
Joi – Along with Zappy Springs Photography donated head-shots used for the web and promotions
Let us know how you’d like to help. Volunteer to save African Wildlife.
Would you like to be part of the solution but don’t have time to volunteer for the cause?
Consider a comfortable monthly financial donation to help our Heroes do their work saving endangered African animals.
We make tax deductible donations simple.
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Nikela is a fundraising non profit on a mission to help people protecting nature, especially doing wildlife conservation.