At The Care Project, we see ourselves as part of a community. We believe that communal effort is the key to building a sustainable future for elephants in Thailand.
Since 2014, the biggest challenge as we have observed from The Care Project has been how inconvenient medical care for the elephants can get. An injured elephant from the Mae Wang province, for example, would typically wait between 2-3 days before they are able to seek medical treatment. With the increasing number of rescues under our care, we decided that it was time to take things into our own hands. cue, the Elephant Clinic, and Hospice. With this dream in mind, we started reaching out to people who would be able to help us. While the biggest help that we needed (/need) was monetary, we were also grateful for any help we got to make this vision a reality.