This Tea Company Supports an Elephant Rehabilitation Program in East Africa

By: Katherine Pendrill - Nov 10, 2015
References: williamsontea & foodbev
'Williamson Tea' recently launched a new campaign to raise funds for an elephant rehabilitation center in East Africa. In Kenya, the elephant population is increasingly threatened by poaching and the loss of habitat due to urban expansion. This campaign aims to help orphan elephants and promote conservation efforts in East Africa.

The 'Tea for Elephants' campaign was launched by the popular tea company Williamson Tea. For each elephant caddy sold, the company plans to donate money to the 'David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust'. The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is an elephant rehabilitation program that rescues orphan elephants and rhinos in East Africa. As part of the campaign, consumers are also encouraged to post a photo of themselves enjoying their tea with the hashtag '#KeepOnWandering.' The social media campaign is designed to promote awareness in addition to simply raising funds for the cause.

The Tea for Elephants campaign allows consumers to enjoy a delicious cup of tea and promote wildlife conservation at the same time.