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September 2016

Big Match Fortnight:

Help grant elephants right of passage

Indian Elephants. © David Bebber.

Big Match Fortnight is now underway. From 5-19 October 2016, every donation to World Land Trust's Elephant Corridor Appeal will be doubled with match funding.

WLT is aiming to raise £750,000 to extend and protect the Mudahalli Corridor, ensuring a right of passage for Indian Elephants and other threatened species.

Donate to the Elephant Corridor Appeal
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Purchase an Elephant Corridor Appeal T-shirt.
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Join the Elephant Corridor Appeal Thunderclap and spread the word.
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