Our Mission:

Preserve. Protect.

The Abraham Foundation seeks to preserve and protect our natural world and all the domestic and wild animals who inhabit it. 


Featured Projects

The Abraham Foundation strives to ensure the safety and well-being of all animals. By working together with grassroots organizations and local people, the Abraham Foundation finds innovative ways to help animals in need.  Here are some of our featured projects.


elephant nature park - thailand

Situated outside of Chiang Mai in Thailand, Elephant Nature Park rescues distressed elephants who have been abused by the tourism, entertainment, and logging industries. Elephants that come here are treated for medical conditions, cared for by staff and volunteers, and lead the rest of their lives as elephants who can join family herds and live as natural a life as possible.

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WAG is a grassroots NGO co-managing two governmental protected forest reserves in Central Malawi. Their work involves activities to stop illegal poaching of African wildlife (elephants, antelopes, monkeys, leopards) and stop deforestation of the forest reserves. They also work with local communities to protect and conserve the forest and wildlife.

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Lola ya Bonobo - DRC

Bonobos are a great ape species found exclusively in the Democratic Republic of Congo. They are endangered and may become extinct in the next 75 years. Only between 50,000 and 75,000 remain in the wild today. Lola ya Bonobo is the world’s only organization to provide lifetime care to bonobos orphaned by the illegal trade in endangered wildlife.  They are on the front line in the battle to protect bonobos.

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Pete's Mission - thailand

In Thailand, sick and injured animals roam the streets. Breeding goes mostly unchecked, especially in rural areas. No one likes to see this, but few have the means to take action. Many of the animals have skin infections, eye conditions, gaping wounds, fleas and ticks, bone fractures, and diseases that lead to painful deaths. Most horrifying are human inflicted injuries and poisonings. Pete's Mission works with the local community to provide health care, sanctuary, and rehabilitation to the street animals of Pai.

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wild horse rescue center - US

Mustangs were introduced to the US as domestic horses in the early 1500s, later forming a wild population that came to play a critical role in the building of America.  Now, when they are no longer needed for labor and transport, they are  mistreated and exploited. WHRC is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of mustangs and burros. They also provide educational clinics and seminars.

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Center for Conservation and Research - SRI lanka

Across Asian elephant range, human-elephant conflict has become a major conservation, socio-economic and political issue. The Centre for Conservation and Research (CCR) was set up to conduct, support, and encourage research into all aspects of the environment, and provide information to help develop management plans and  conservation to minimize human-elephant conflict. 

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