Our BLOOD LIONS™ “Born to Live Wild” campaign wins ‘Best Responsible Tourism Campaign’ as well as joint overall winner at the African Responsible Tourism Awards 2017

The BLOOD LIONS™ “Born to Live Wild” Campaign was developed to create further global awareness, and to empower tourists, tour operators, volunteer recruitment agencies and young volunteers to make responsible choices when visiting South Africa. Our bag design, campaign logo and web page below. Thanks to the Bags4Good team, Flint Sky and Woolworths and to Wildlife Act and Wildlands for being a […]

2016 Woolworths Holding Limited Good Business Journey Report

BAGS4GOOD AND BEADS4GOOD Since the launch of our first cause-related rhino bag in 2010, we have raised over R10.7 million for the conservation of endangered species and other causes such as breast cancer awareness and Operation Smile. Through the sale of our cause-related reusable bags, Woolworths raised just over R2 million in FY2016. A number […]

Over 10 Million Rand raised for good !

Something to celebrate! January 2017 Over ten million rand has been raised by Woolworths through the Bags4Good project for conservation and social upliftment initiatives.

Wild About Elephants progress report

Here is a photographic update on the progress with the bee project. We would like to thank Woolworths for all the support. The bees are very busy trying to keep their honey supplied going amid the drought conditions. None of the Maroela trees with hives have been impacted by elephants! With appreciation of pachydermal proportions Michelle […]

Take the pledge

Born to Live Wild – A PLEDGE for wildlife Blood Lions has brought the horrors of predator breeding, canned hunting and a variety of other exploitative activities using lions and other species to the world’s attention in a way that has not been achieved before. While so many others have been involved in different ways over the last decade and more , and […]

What it takes to rehabilitate our rhinos

Published by Rhino Africa on Jan 18, 2016 In 2016, poaching has reached unprecedented levels in South Africa. But there is hope! Through collaboration and the perseverance of conservationists, such as Wildlife ACT, we are helping to save a species. One of the approaches is supporting the rehabilitation and ultimate release of rhinos back into […]