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Love For All Kinds

Love For All Kinds is TGB Charity’s very first campaign since the new official website released in March, 2021. It is designed as a charitable fundraising platform for NGOs that care about endangered animals, wildlife and biodiversity. Below you will find a variety of fundraising events and activities of six animal charities from different countries and areas, focusing on conservation of diverse animals and natural habitats. 


  • Indonesia

Millions of birds have been trapped and taken into the city, locked up in small cages in houses, all to hear birds sing. A lot of birds die during capture, transport, and in cages. 

FLIGHT was formed in 2018 with a vision to raise awareness and protect the birds of Indonesia. 

Their focus lies on protecting the birds of Indonesia by investigating and reporting poachers in the forests, monitoring illegal birds and traders in markets while assisting Law Enforcement to stop smugglers and traders of Indonesian Birds. 

For the last three years, they have already assisted law enforcement in seizing 165,000 different species. They wouldn’t stop what they do until all birds are free.

International Animal Rescue

Founded in 1989, IAR is an animal protection and conservation non-profit organization that comes to the aid of suffering animals with hands-on rescue and rehabilitation and the protection of wildlife habitats. IAR’s projects include Orangutan Rescue, Armenia Bear Rescue, Slow Loris Rescue and many more. IAR has great celebrity connections, positive reputation and a GuideStar certified Platinum Seal of Transparency.

International Rhino Foundation

World Rhino Day is Wednesday, September 22, 2021! 

World Rhino Day is a day of awareness for all five rhino species and the work being done to save them. Since 2011, World Rhino Day has been celebrated internationally on September 22nd – this year is the 10th anniversary! On World Rhino Day, the International Rhino Foundation celebrates rhinos and all those around the world who care about them. Join them on Team Rhino and ‘keep the five alive.’ 

Throughout its 30-year history, the International Rhino Foundation has supported and managed rhino conservation projects in Africa and Asia. Their core values — integrity, collaboration, adaptability, sound decision-making and commitment — are at the heart of everything they do. 

Phoenix Fund

  • Russia

Established in 1998, the Phoenix Fund has been working on the survival of the endangered Amur tigers and Amur leopards and teaching people to appreciate local wildlife. During 23 years, the Phoenix Fund has raised over $6 million to protect rare species, trained hundreds of rangers and educators, and inspired environmental consciousness among thousands of children and adults. 

Most important, they succeeded in halting the long-lasting decline in numbers of tigers and leopards. A survey in 2015 showed that the population of Amur tigers recovered to 523-540 individuals, up from the 415-472 individuals recorded in 1996. Moreover, estimates of the world population of the Amur leopards increased by 4 times in 2020 - from 30 to 110 individuals and 16 cubs! Ready to help an Amur leopard? Click HERE and support the Phoenix Fund! 

Rottnest Foundation

  • Australia

The Rottnest Foundation is an independent, for purpose organisation, incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act 2016 (WA). The Foundation is endorsed by the Australian Government as an Environmental Organisation and holds Deductible Gift Recipient Status. 

Rottnest Foundation supports the Rottnest Island Authority in conserving and enhancing the unique environmental, cultural and heritage assets of Rottnest Island (Wadjemup). Their mission is to support the sustainability of the Island for generations to come. 

Rottnest Island supports the largest known quokka population in the world and is essential for the survival of the species. There are approximately 10,000-12,000 quokkas living on Rottnest Island and the species is listed as vulnerable by IUCN. 

In partnership with the Margaret River Chocolate Co., the Rottnest Foundation supports ongoing research into the health and habitat of the quokka, the only mammal native to Rottnest Island.

Toucan Rescue Ranch

Visit a premier wildlife rescue center located in the heart of Costa Rica - the Toucan Rescue Ranch, all from the comfort of our home! During these virtual experiences, you have the opportunity to travel to Costa Rica and explore the magic of its wildlife. During this adventure, you will interact with a knowledgeable guide who can answer questions, show you an up-close LIVE video of wildlife, and give you a behind-the-scenes tour of our center! 

This is a great way to stay involved with wildlife conservation and the work of Toucan Rescue Ranch. All money raised from these tours goes right back to the care of the animals you get to meet - how cool is that?! We can't wait to meet you, see you soon!

Having something in mind and ready to donate? TGB Charity is seeking potential donors for these great animal charities. With their efforts and your support, it would be possible for the Earth to reach the goal of sustainable development. 

(**All events and external information mentioned above are independently held by individual NGOs, which reserve the right to change, modify and/or cancel the events and activities.)