Your friends are fundraising. Don't miss out, opt in.

We did it!

Deven Trotman raised £345 from 16 supporters


Start your own crowdfunding page

Closed 26/09/2018



£345raised of £500 target by 16 supporters

    Weʼve raised £345 to PLEASE HELP ME RAISE MONEY TO PAY & SUPPORT ARMED PARK RANGERS. In our lifetime, we could live in a world with no elephants, rhinos, lions

    Funded on Wednesday, 26th September 2018

    What is crowdfunding?

    Crowdfunding is a new type of fundraising where you can raise funds for your own personal cause, even if you're not a registered charity.

    The page owner is responsible for the distribution of funds raised.


    I am adding to my racing:

    10th June is the BUBBLE RUSH, a NEW 5k fun run with a difference – thousands of multi-coloured bubbles! Bursting into Oxford on Sunday

    Hello Everyone

    I hope you are reading this because you want to help. Raise money to help protect our beautiful animals. I am doing two triathlons in June:

    9th June Silver Fun Triathlon: 100m swim - 4km cycle - 2000m run

    23rd June Silver Fun Triathlon: 100m swim - 4km cycle - 2000m run

    I am training really hard running 2 miles, swimming 1250m and cycling 3 miles around Churchill / Kingham loop with nasty steep hills a week

    (not to mention my football and cricket matches). Also I have written a book with 10,000 words that I am selling.


    In our lifetime, we could live in a world with no elephants, rhinos, or gorillas list goes on if we don't help. 3 rhinos a day are killed in South Africa alone!

    The numbers are horrific: around 20,000 African elephants are killed by poachers each year, and there was over a 9,000% increase in rhino poaching in South Africa.

    Three-quarters of African lion populations are in decline. With only around 20,000 in the wild, they’re now officially classified as ‘vulnerable’.

    Trophy hunting and poaching has to STOP


    Without rangers, we’d have lost the fight for our elephants, rhinos, and other wildlife long ago. But we’re still losing these majestic creatures at alarming rates

    Supporting an armed ranger means you are directly contributing to security efforts. It costs around $850 per rhino, per month to keep our black, white and northern white rhino safe. Our dedicated armed ranger teams work long hours, often putting their lives on the line for the animals they have come to know and respect. They need all the help they can get in the front line against poaching.

    Ol Pejeta’s mission to safeguard vulnerable species extends far beyond black rhino and chimpanzees. Other vulnerable or endangered species that live here include elephant, African wild dog, cheetah, lion, leopard, hippo, Grevy’s zebra and the locally threatened Jackson’s hartebeest.

    Extinct in the Wild

    The northern white rhino is a subspecies of white rhino, which used to range over parts of Uganda, Chad, Sudan, the Central African Republic, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Years of widespread poaching and civil war in their home range have devastated northern white rhino populations, and they are now considered to be extinct in the wild. Only two remain, both on Ol Pejeta Conservancy.

    The Ol Pejeta Conservancy holds some of the highest predator densities in Kenya. The lions are the most numerous of our big cats, with six resident prides bringing the total lion population to 72. The Conservancy is also home to around 30 cheetah, and 20 elusive leopard. Spotted hyena (population around 100), black-backed jackal, caracal and the bat-eared fox can also be found here. Regular sighting of two packs of African wild dogs on Ol Pejeta, totalling 33 individuals. This is a promising sign for Laikipia as numbers of this endangered species continue to decline.

    (Loxodonta africana)

    The African elephant is the largest land mammal on earth, but these gentle giants are listed as vulnerable by IUCN due to widespread poaching for their ivory. Elephants have a complex social structure, and live in herds led by a matriarch, or dominant female. Traditionally, they follow seasonal migration patterns, travelling huge distances to find food and water. As such, there is no resident population of elephants on Ol Pejeta, but there can be up to 300 at any one time.

    The Conservancy has incorporated wildlife corridors within its northern boundary fence to ensure migratory animals like elephants can move safely out of Ol Pejeta to the greater Laikipia/Samburu ecosystem. These innovative corridors allow free movement of all species on the Conservancy except for rhinos.

    One of Ol Pejeta’s key pillars is its work and impact in the surrounding communities through support to education, agriculture and livestock enterprise. In addition to this, the Conservancy extends services in healthcare, sustainable energy and community enterprise initiatives. Ol Pejeta invested US$650,000 across its neighbouring communities through these development initiatives, improving the lives and livelihoods of hundreds of people.


    HEALTHCARE ACCESS for 20,000 people

    40 water tanks built

    58 students awarded full bursaries, 42 awarded part busaries

    Hello Deven,

    Thanks for nominating Ol Pejeta Conservancy to join JustGiving.

    At the moment only charities registered in Australia, Hong Kong, UAE, South Africa, Canada, USA and Ireland are able to join JustGiving.

    Unfortunately, this means at the current time Ol Pejeta Conservancy would not be eligible to join as a charity member.

    As an alternative, we recently launched a new crowdfunding tool which allows anyone to raise money for a good cause online so you could use this for your fundraising.

    I also wrote a book .. let me know if you want one.



    • Deven Trotman6 months ago
      Deven Trotman

      Deven Trotman

      6 months ago

      One weekend, two medals I will keep running to raise money

      Update from the Page owner

      Share this update to help us raise more

    • Deven Trotman6 months ago
      Deven Trotman

      Deven Trotman

      6 months ago

      Saturday 10th the Oxford colour bubble run 5k .. I had so much fun I did it twice :-)

      Update from the Page owner

      Share this update to help us raise more

    • Deven Trotman6 months ago
      Deven Trotman

      Deven Trotman

      6 months ago

      The 1st stage of my fund raising. Saturday 9th Henley on Thames Triathlon. My time was 21:17.

      Update from the Page owner

      Share this update to help us raise more

    7 months ago

    Deven Trotman started crowdfunding

    Leave a message of support

    Page last updated on: 7/26/2018 6:15 AM



    • Janet Owen

      Janet Owen

      Jul 26, 2018

      Well done Deven. Such a worthy cause.


    • Jennifer Lee

      Jennifer Lee

      Jun 17, 2018

      Well done Deven! Really enjoying the book! :)


    • Alex Davis

      Alex Davis

      Jun 10, 2018

      Well done Deven. What a legend.


    • Richard and Liz Atkiinson

      Richard and Liz Atkiinson

      Jun 7, 2018

      Uncle Richard and Aunt Lizzie wish you good luck with your worthy choice of cause to support.


    • Navdip Dhariwal

      Navdip Dhariwal

      Jun 5, 2018


    • Samantha Charlton

      Samantha Charlton

      Jun 4, 2018

      Good luck Devon, Look forward to seeing the pictures!Sam




      Jun 4, 2018

      Well done Deven - I love the enthusiasm and dedication to such a good cause - good luck!


    Great people make things happen

    Do you know anyone in need or maybe want to help a local community cause?

    Create you own page and donʼt let that cause go unfunded!

    About Crowdfunding
    About the fundraiser
    Deven Trotman

    Deven Trotman


    i am 11 years old and want to help the change things.. every penny counts and is a step to protect these wild animals who should be able to live in peace. If you can please help me pay for a ranger to keep them safe. Please share

    Report this Page