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Data for financial year ending 31 March 2019

Save The Rhino International

  • Income

    £2.7M

  • Spending

    £2.4M

  • Status

    Up-to-date

Charity no. 1035072

Contact details

Public address

  • Save The Rhino International, Unit 3, Coach House Mews, 217 Long Lane, London, SE1 4PR

Aims & activities

Vision: All five rhino species thriving in the wild for future generations Mission: Collaborating with partners to support endangered rhinos in Africa and Asia Strategies: Saving rhinos, sharing info, championing community-led conservation, reducing illegal horn trade & raising awareness of the challenges facing rhinos, engaging supporters and inspiring positive, urgent action

What the charity does

  • Education/training
  • Animals
  • Environment/conservation/heritage
  • Economic/community development/employment

Who the charity helps

  • Other charities or voluntary bodies
  • Other defined groups
  • The general public/mankind

How the charity works

  • Makes grants to individuals
  • Makes grants to organisations
  • Provides advocacy/advice/information
  • Sponsors or undertakes research

Income and Endowments:

£2.7M

Expenditure:

£2.4M

Assets and liabilities

  • £45.1K Own use assets
  • £0.0K Long term investments
  • £0.0K Defined benefit pension scheme asset or liability
  • £1.2M Other assets
  • £167.2K Total liabilities
Financial history
Compliance history

Fundraising

Raises funds from the Public
Works with commercial participants
with an agreement in place

Gift aid

Recognised by HMRC for gift aid

Charitable spending ratios

73%
15%
12%

Charitable objects

THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE CONSERVATION OF THE SPECIES OF WILDLIFE WHICH ARE IN DANGER OF EXTINCTION IN THE WILD STATE PARTICULARLY (BUT WITHOUT PREJUDICE TO THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING) AS THIS RELATES TO THE PRESERVATION OF THE BLACK RHINOCEROS, THE WHITE RHINOCEROS, THE GREATER ONE HORNED RHINOCEROS, AND THE SUMATRAN RHINOCEROS, WHICH SPECIES ARE IN DANGER OF EXTINCTION IN THE WILD STATE.

Governing document

DECLARATION OF TRUST DATED 28TH FEBRUARY 1994 as amended on 06 Mar 2018

Area of benefit

Overseas

Organisation type

Standard registration

Other names

S R I
Save The Rhino

Policies

Risk management
Conflicts of interest
Volunteer management
Complaints handling
Paying staff
  • 9 Trustees
  • 9 Employees
  • 30 Volunteers

Trustee board

Trustee Other trusteeships Charity status
George Stephenson (Chair) The Borana Conservation Trust Up-to-date
Henry Chaplin None on record
Megan Greenwood None on record
Timothy Holmes None on record
Samantha Fletcher None on record
James Richard Hearn None on record
Alistair Martin Weaver None on record
Emma Lear None on record
Josef Ernst Steidl None on record

Areas of operation

List of regions

  • China
  • Eswatini
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Kenya
  • Malawi
  • Namibia
  • Nigeria
  • South Africa
  • South Sudan
  • Tanzania
  • Uganda
  • Vietnam
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe