Sip Tea save elephants
elephantea’s mission is to raise awareness of the current plight of Sri Lanka’s wild elephant population, which is dwindling everyday from habitat loss and human elephant conflict. It is estimated that only 50,000 Asian elephants remain worldwide with only a few thousand of those left in Sri Lanka. elephantea rigorously supports those organizations in Sri Lanka that are striving save these magnificent animals.
The Sri Lanka Wildlife Conservation Society
a nonprofit organization committed to developing
sustainable models for preserving the country’s varied wild animal species.
Project Orange Elephant
Solutions through agriculture to mitigate environmental damage caused by human-elephant interaction.
The EleFriendly Bus
Providing safe passage for Sri Lankan school children, traveling through the natural elephant corridors to school.
The EleVETS Project
Enabling veterinarians and elephant owners the ability to provide sustainable improvements in the health, care,and management of captive elephants.
The New Life Elephant Sanctuary
providing refuge and veterinary care to Sri Lanka’s captive elephants, who have spent their lives shackled in chains.