Elephants like Lucy need your help now

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Thousands of elephants are kept in captivity to entertain tourists around the world. Many elephants are brutally beaten to give tourists rides and to perform in shows. Here in Canada, more than 20 elephants remain in captivity, including Lucy who lives all alone at a zoo in Edmonton. For socially complex, intelligent and vast roaming animals like elephants, captivity can be quite cruel.

By making a donation today, you will be helping us end elephant captivity in Canada and pass stronger measures to protect elephants globally.

Give now and your gift will have 2x the impact for elephants!

Photograph by: Jo-Anne McArthur, We Animals Media / Zoocheck

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