Supporting your favourite project has never been easier. AsiliaGiving is an online platform that directs funds to our charities in the U.S.A. and the U.K. Run by independent boards, the charities are responsible for the disbursement of funds to causes that have been vetted by us, and are essential to the continued existence of Africa’s wild places. Asilia covers the running costs of the charities so you are assured that 100%* of your donation goes to the project of your choice. *Less bank charges.
Meet the Maa Trust
The Maa Trust is an Asilia Positive Impact implementing partner, working with community-owned conservancies in the Masai Mara in Kenya. The organisation works to increase the benefits of wildlife and conservation to Maasai families, and empower local people by promoting small business startups to increase development. Asilia is proud to support The Maa Trust’s Honey and Beadwork programmes. Maa Beadwork is the Trust’s largest income generating programme for women, and currently employs 579 women who craft beautiful beadwork that is sold at camps within the Mara Conservancies and ethical shops around the world. From the income generated, women are able to improve the lives of their families by providing clean water, install a solar power system to provide lighting for homework and enabling children who previously could not afford to go to school, to start their education.
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A walking safari with Naboisho Camp manager Roelof Schutte
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Latest Positive Impact blogs
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit many of our Positive Impact partners hard. We're sharing with you an urgent appeal from Kenya Wildlife Trust to consider for the holiday season.Read More
For many, a sighting of the majestic lion on safari is at the top of a holidaymaker’s bucket list. The Tarangire Lion Project works to monitor long-term lion populations, mitigate human-carnivore c...Read More
The Maa Trust is an Asilia Positive Impact implementing partner, working with community-owned conservancies in the Masai Mara in Kenya.Read More
We release a report every year to showcase what we’ve accomplished with our Positive Impact implementing partners and the support of your contributions as friends and guests of Asilia.Read More
Like many of you, we’re all itching for the days where we can return to travel and back to our offices. To help keep us busy and do our part in protecting ourselves and others from the coronavirus,...Read More
This week, we have a special guest post from Josien Suntjens, a yoga and mindfulness teacher and safari guide based in Kenya, originally from the Netherlands. Josien recently had the opportunity to...Read More
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Now is the perfect time to take advantage of our special low rates for residents of East Africa. Our national parks and reserves are abundant with wildlife, and with very few tourists you’ll feel like you have these open plains all to yourself. All of our staff, vehicles and camps have strict hygiene measures and protocols in place, and our friendly camp crew is ready and waiting to bring you an outstanding safari the Asilia way.
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