Uniting to Support Africa’s Rangers

Covid-19 has brought tourism revenues across Africa to a halt, leaving a huge deficit in conservation funding. Wildlife Rangers are now uniting around the Wildlife Ranger Challenge, a race with one goal: to raise money to support thousands of rangers and protect iconic African wildlife such as elephants, pangolins, rhinos, and lions.

Now is the time to go the extra mile—it’s time to race to support Wildlife Rangers.

One Incredible Day

Thank you to the 2,000 rangers across 20 countries in Africa and the 2,000 supporters from 80 countries throughout the world who have taken on the Wildlife Ranger Challenge.

Your support means greater security, stability and resourcing for the ranger sector in Africa and a brighter future for the wildlife they protect.
You can still support wherever you are in the world and at whatever time, between now and 31 October 2020. Donations will also be accepted – and matched until then.

Your Conservation Impact


Protected Areas

Number of Protected Areas Better Managed With Rangers Back to Work



Number of Square Kilometers Better Patrolled


Endangered Species

Number of Endangered Species Better Protected

Your Conservation Impact



Rangers Supported

Number of Rangers Better Supported



Number of Livelihoods Directly Supported



Number of Countries Across Africa Supported

Organizing Partners

Founding Donor

The Scheinberg Relief Fund, a philanthropic fund established by businessman and philanthropist Mark Scheinberg, and his family, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic is the founding donor of the Wildlife Ranger Challenge.

Match Funding Partner

Thank you to the following organizations that are working with the Wildlife Ranger Challenge to provide Covid-19 relief funding to Rangers across Africa.


Lion Gold

$50,000 USD and Above (£50,000 and above) and Bring 100 or More Rangers Back to Work

Elephant Platinum

$100,000 USD and Above (£100,000 and Above) and Bring 200 Rangers or More Back to Work