Announcing a partnership between Elephants don’t forget and Tusk

We are delighted to announce that as of January 2017, Elephants don’t forget became a proud partner of Tusk who aim to protect wildlife, support communities and promote education. It is a cause that is most in line with Clever Nelly’s values, and we hope you will join us in supporting its ethos. 

Since its inception in 1990, Tusk has built a reputation for identifying and supporting an impressive range of conservation and sustainable community development initiatives right across Africa.

Elephants don’t forget will be contributing 1% of our annual revenue to the charity as well as asking new and existing clients to donate 1% of their annual fee to Tusk also.

This will provide 2% of our yearly income to this well deserved charity, that boasts His Royal Highness Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, as its Royal Patron.

As a supporter of Tusk, your donation will be used to support over 60 field projects spanning 19 countries. As well as the Tusk Levy supplied by Elephants don’t forget, we hope you and your colleagues would think of Tusk in your fundraising efforts.

£50 raised would build 5 school desks whereas £200 would fund a year of forest protection from illegal logging and hunting. 

Elephants don’t forget will specifically be supporting:

  • The Big Life Foundation in Kenya, which employs 315 rangers, protecting 2 million acres of wilderness in the Amboseli-Tsavao ecosystem of East Africa. 
  • The Mali Elephant Project, a joint initiative between The WILD Foundation and the International Conservation Fund of Canada that aims to protect a unique population of 550 sub-desert elephants.
  • The Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy in Samburu County of Northern Kenya, the first community owned and managed elephant orphanage in Africa. 

To raise further funds we aim to host some exciting events and competitions throughout the year that we would love to have your support on. 

Look out for more Tusk news from us soon. If you’d like to receive further information do visit

Baby Elephant. All credit to www.tusk.org
Baby Elephant. All credit to www.tusk.org