30 March 2012
To make the work needed for vultures as effective and efficient as possible, we have established a powerful new consortium, SAVE.
SAVE stands for Saving Asia's Vultures from Extinction. It includes all the organisations and individuals involved in helping the vultures to date, and we welcome additional collaborators.
SAVE's roles are:
- to oversee and co-ordinate conservation, campaigning and fundraising activities
- to combine the forces of those concerned about the vultures' plight to produce a highly focused rescue programme.
Forming SAVE is a major milestone in the battle to stop Asia's vultures meeting the same fate as the dodo and passenger pigeon. It is a unique opportunity to help save three critically important species from extinction through a single programme.
SAVE partners include: Bombay Natural History Society, Bird Conservation Nepal, RSPB (UK), National Trust for Nature Conservation (Nepal), International Centre for Birds of Prey (UK) and Zoological Society of London.
How you can help
With your help, we can turn the catastrophic decline of the vultures into one of the greatest conservation stories of all time.
If it is to fulfil its potential, SAVE urgently needs your support. Its work in the coming years will not only be technically challenging, but also costly. If you are interested in supporting SAVE, please donate today.
Your donation will contribute to funds held on behalf of SAVE by the RSPB. They will be disbursed to partners on the recommendation of the SAVE board, to undertake vital work to save Asia's vultures from extinction. To find out more, please contact Chris Bowden, SAVE Programme Manager, at email@example.com
If you would like to discuss sponsoring a Safe Haven (with a gift of £1,000 or more), please contact David Agombar, Major Donors Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to discuss bespoke opportunities for your business to help SAVE, please contact Jo Ketley: email@example.com