BECOME PART OF THIS KENYAN LOVE STORY
Established in 1963 by Joy Adamson, the author of ‘Born Free’ and her husband George. The trust is dedicated to sharing the beauty of Kenya, it’s wildlife and it’s people, in a way that will inspire us all to preserve it for future generations of every species.
IT’S UP TO US
VISIT AND EXPERIENCE
Come and stay at Elsamere Lodge, the home where Joy Adamson raised Penny the leopard. Experience the Kenya that became Joy Adamson’s passion and relive the story of Elsa, the little lioness who changed conservation for ever.
EDUCATION IS CHANGING THE FUTURE
Support our Kenyan education programme. Sustained change will only be achieved through education. We work with more than 15,000 children each year. Helping to build a better life for them and the wildlife they share their country with. Visit the Elsamere Centre for Education in Sustainability during your Elsamere stay.
NOW LET’S WORK
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
By staying with us at Elsamere Lodge, buying goods from our shop, or donating towards our projects you will be supporting the continuation of this education and conservation story.
SUPPORTING CONSERVATION EDUCATION
Elsa Conservation Trust is delighted to be part of an exciting digital education initiative that aims to fill a critical gap in children’s education, by providing teachers and learners across Sub-Saharan Africa with a range of appropriate, freely available digital resources developed by the iAfrica Foundation, a UK charity. The iLearnabout pilot aims to increase awareness and understanding of environmental and conservation challenges and their solutions.
Bring your school to the Centre or hold your next business meeting here. Find out more about our facilities, education programme and tools.
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