A first step you can make to help save Africa’s endangered species from extinction, is to stay informed and involved by joining the SAVE African Rhino Foundation as a member.

SARF’s members are our backbone, they are very loyal and many have been around since the beginning of the organisation. We keep our members up-to-date with the issues, our activities and our events. To become a member, simply print out, fill in, and post or email the membership-form

Please see the rules relating to membership of Save African Rhino Foundation INC


As mentioned above, some of our members have been supporting our work for many years and even decades. Now, as we are approaching 30 years of operation, we thought we would highlight some photographs of our last big birthday! One of the key aspects of this milestone was to thank some of our long standing members and acknowledge their commitment to black rhino conservation in Zimbabwe:

Kevin Adams; Carole Anderson; Denis & Gabrielle Backshall; Julie Bain; Gerry Barton; David & Adele Begovich; Anne Bluntish; Gerry Bradley; Brandon Brooksbank; Maureen de la Harpe; Freddi Edmonds; Barbara Evans; Fettes Falconer; Graham & Rhelma Giles; Simon Gill; Alwyn Hambley; Alex & Viv James; Gil Johnston; Gordon Kealley; Ian Kuba; Graham Matheson; Graham McDonald; Joy Mack Heaven; Gordon McNeill; Christopher Mitchell; Tim Norman; Julie Peran; Betty Pitcher; Daniel & Pamela Pitts; Rod & Dee Pollitt; Cathy Reindler; Tim Scarrott; John & Joanna Trenka; Helen Trowell; Stephen Ward; Joanne Watcyn-Jones; Karl & Jackie Wigh; Dee Williamson and Chris Woodroff.

Julie Bain
Anne Bluntish
Betty Pitcher
Gordon Kealley
Fettes Falconer
Freddi Edmonds
Gerry Bradley
Gordan McNeill
Joy Mack Heaven

While we acknowledge our long term members, it is great to see young people taking up the challenge of rhino conservation.

The Young Guns