£3m and counting

As well as exceeding fundraising targets CoExistence has generated an enormous amount of awareness for global conservation.

 

Funds raised

Total donated so far: Over £3m

A Starry Night in the Nilgiri Hills: £1.3m

The funds raised throughout the campaign will be directed to grassroots organisations working to create peaceful coexistence between people and wildlife to ensure both thrive. In the coming weeks we will be selecting a number of projects so that you can follow the impact your support is having on global conservation.

 

Photo highlights

Take a look at some of the campaign’s top moments in pictures.

 

Media coverage

Our elephants stole the hearts of Londoners and took digital and social media by storm, including coverage in:

Evening Standard

Metro

ITV Online

The Independent

Mail Online

Tatler

Conde Nast Traveller

BBC News

Hello!

Mirror

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