Help give freedom to working elephants

Right now, there are 91 elephants suffering for the entertainment of tourists at Amer Fort in India. They face unimaginable cruelty every day, forced to work non-stop in unbearable heat. Your support today, means freedom for these elephants. Together we can transform Amer Fort into a wildlife friendly tourist destination, where history and culture are celebrated, but not at the expense of these intelligent and social animals.

Our vision is a world where animals live free from cruelty and suffering. Together we can move the world to protect animals.
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