Browse Projects

Solid Trails Borneo - Brittany Williams

Solid Trails Borneo Tour 2017 is helping the Sintang Orangutan Center to rescue, rehabilitate and release critically endangered orangutans in the heart of Borneo, West Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Since 2011, the Sintang Orangutan Rescue Centre has made great progress, and is now ready to go to the next stage in their work to rescue, rehabilitate and release wild orangutans. We need YOUR help to secure the future of Borneo's wild orangutans.

$330/ $1,000

Solid Trails Sumatra - Kitty Mcknight

ALeRT (Aliansi Lestari Rimba Terpadu - The Alliance of Integrated Forest Conservation) are setting camera traps and working with the Elephant Response Unit (ERU) to build patrol huts in WKNP within the Way Kambas Ecosystem of southern Sumatra, Indonesia. The images they've captured of threatened Sumatran wildlife and the work of the ERU is proof that reforestation projects can revive previously degraded habitat and human-wildlife conflicts can be reduced.

$1,105/ $1,000

Solid Trails Sumatra - Gavin Twiner

ALeRT (Aliansi Lestari Rimba Terpadu - The Alliance of Integrated Forest Conservation) are setting camera traps and working with the Elephant Response Unit (ERU) to build patrol huts in WKNP within the Way Kambas Ecosystem of southern Sumatra, Indonesia. The images they've captured of threatened Sumatran wildlife and the work of the ERU is proof that reforestation projects can revive previously degraded habitat and human-wildlife conflicts can be reduced.

$100/ $1,000

Solid Trails Indonesia - Ami Peluchetti

I'm supporting ALeRT (Aliansi Lestari Rimba Terpadu - The Alliance of Integrated Forest Conservation) in setting camera traps and working with the Elephant Response Unit (ERU) to build patrol huts in WKNP within the Way Kambas Ecosystem of southern Sumatra, Indonesia. I'm also supporting Sintang Orangutan Centre (SOC) in their mission to rehabilitate the critically endangered Orangutans of Borneo.  We need YOU to help secure the future of Indonesia's wildlife.

$1,020/ $2,000

The Bentley Effect UK Tour - A Message of Hope

Taking the Bentley Effect to a wider audience - the United Kingdom! Since completing his award-winning film “The Bentley Effect” director and producer Brendan Shoebridge has received many emails requests to bring the film to the UK as soon as possible. 

In response to these calls for help, Brendan, Ian Gaillard and Simon Clough are volunteering to take the film to as many threatened communities as possible over a 5 week period to share knowledge.

$950/ $10,000

Solid Trails Borneo - Cassie Atkinson

Solid Trails Borneo Tour 2017 is helping the Sintang Orangutan Center to rescue, rehabilitate and release critically endangered orangutans in the heart of Borneo, West Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Since 2011, the Sintang Orangutan Rescue Centre has made great progress, and is now ready to go to the next stage in their work to rescue, rehabilitate and release wild orangutans. We need YOUR help to secure the future of Borneo's wild orangutans.

$485/ $1,000

Solid Trails Sumatra - Holly Lambert

ALeRT (Aliansi Lestari Rimba Terpadu - The Alliance of Integrated Forest Conservation) are setting camera traps and working with the Elephant Response Unit (ERU) to build patrol huts in WKNP within the Way Kambas Ecosystem of southern Sumatra, Indonesia. The images they've captured of threatened Sumatran wildlife and the work of the ERU is proof that reforestation projects can revive previously degraded habitat and human-wildlife conflicts can be reduced.

$100/ $1,000

Solid Trails Borneo - Amanda De Boer

Solid Trails Borneo Tour 2017 is helping the Sintang Orangutan Center to rescue, rehabilitate and release critically endangered orangutans in the heart of Borneo, West Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Since 2011, the Sintang Orangutan Rescue Centre has made great progress, and is now ready to go to the next stage in their work to rescue, rehabilitate and release wild orangutans. We need YOUR help to secure the future of Borneo's wild orangutans.

$1,075/ $1,000

Solid Trails Sumatra - Ian Horley

ALeRT (Aliansi Lestari Rimba Terpadu - The Alliance of Integrated Forest Conservation) are setting camera traps and working with the Elephant Response Unit (ERU) to build patrol huts in WKNP within the Way Kambas Ecosystem of southern Sumatra, Indonesia. The images they've captured of threatened Sumatran wildlife and the work of the ERU is proof that reforestation projects can revive previously degraded habitat and human-wildlife conflicts can be reduced.

$20/ $1,000