Events

Trunks Up Santa Barbara - April 16, 2019

Please join us and Lek Chailert on Tuesday, April 16th to help raise funds and awareness for The Elephant Nature Park! This amazing event held during Earth Week will feature live music, a silent auction and light bites.

Organized by The Elephant Project and The Abraham Foundation.

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Trunks Up Los Angeles - April 17, 2019

The evening will include:

  • An introduction and screening of critically acclaimed film, “Love and Bananas: An Elephant Story,” followed by Q&A panel led by Moby, featuring Lek Chailert, Founder of Elephant Nature Park, and David Casselman, Executive Producer and Founder of Cambodia Wildlife Sanctuary

  • Exhibition of captivating images by celebrity portrait photographer and director, Kwaku Alston, spotlighting a selection of rescued elephants living at Elephant Nature Park

  • Silent Auction that will include these images and art, products, and experiences from all over the world.

  • Interactive Music Installation by Drum & Lace

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Please join us for these extraordinary events featuring Lek Chailert, an award-winning conservationist and founder of Save Elephant Foundation and Elephant Nature Park. Her work has received international acclaim and has been documented by Discovery Channel, National Geographic, BBC, CBS, Animal Planet and CNN. She has been a Time Magazine Hero of Asia and was recognized as a Hero of Global Conservation by President Barack Obama. She is featured in the newly released and critically acclaimed film “Love and Bananas”, which documents the rescue of an elderly, ill elephant to sanctuary. As a world-renowned conservationist, she has addressed the UN General Assembly numerous times on behalf of her life’s mission.

Proceeds will benefit Lek’s Save Elephant Foundation. There are over 200 elephants in Thailand that have been identified in dire need of rescue. Along with their rescue, additional land purchase is vital to giving these elephants the home and freedom they deserve.

In addition to improving the lives of captive elephants, Save Elephant Foundation supports efforts to conserve Southeast Asia’s rain forests, community schools, and a mobile veterinary clinic giving free care to the animals in local vIllages.


*Abraham Foundation is a  501 (C) (3) organization, and donations are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. Abraham Foundation Federal Identification Number (EIN) is  30-0139596.