SERVICES

Below are the organizations that Cupcakes4Change raises/has raised money for. 

If you are local to Kennesaw and are one of the first 25 donors to contribute $15 to Cupcakes4Change, you will receive a box of four cupcakes as a thank-you for your donation. If you are a monthly donor, you will receive a box of a dozen cupcakes quarterly.

Pick-up window for cupcakes is on Sunday, October 16th.

Address will be provided via e-mail.

Please indicate in comments whether you are local (for cupcakes) or just contributing a monetary donation.

Last updated August 29th, 2022.

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Gorilla Doctors

   Gorilla Doctors is the only organization in the world dedicated to conserving gorillas through veterinary medicine, and science. Learn more about them here.

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Save The Elephants

   Save The Elephants is an organization that wants to secure a future for elephants and to preserve the incredible places they live. They want to make people see how wonderful these creatures are, and make it so people and elephants can live peacefully side by side once again. Learn more about them here.

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International Rhino Foundation

   IRF is based in the United States and operates in Africa and Asia where rhinos live in the wild, supporting populations of the five remaining rhino species and the towns and communities nearby. Learn more about them here.

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The Saola Working Group

   The Saola Working Group was formed in 2006 because it recognized the need for urgent action to save the saola from extinction. In addition to being the main saola conservation group in Laos and Vietnam, the SWG advocates for conservation of the significant Annamite Mountains as a whole. Collaboration is the key to their work. Learn more about them here.

Save The Turtles

   Save The Turtles' main way of conserving sea turtles is sending out Sea Turtle Patrollers. Sea Turtle Patrollers make the difference. Patrolling is a direct protection, boots-on-the-ground job. It’s difficult, but it is a very effective conservation tool. Countless sea turtles and habitats exist today that would not without these patrollers. They walk the beach through the night, sometimes in tropical downpours. When they find a nesting turtle, they sit with her, protecting her until she returns to the ocean and guarding her eggs until they hatch. When the hatchlings emerge, patrollers protect them on their journey to the ocean. Click here to learn more.

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Network for Animals (Ukraine Campaign)

Network for Animals is working hard to evacuate, feed, and rescue animals in Ukraine, both ones whose owners have fled due to war and also ones on the streets.

VaquitaCPR

   VaquitaCPR’s goal was to bring vaquitas into temporary human care until all gillnets for shrimp and finfish were banned and removed from their habitat. The biggest reason these beautiful creatures are on the verge of extinction is because of the illegal nets to catch a large fish, the totoaba, which is butchered for its bladder and sold for thousands of dollars each. Along with the totoaba and so much other marine life, vaquitas get entangled in these nets and drown. As they were getting ready for this bold conservation endeavor, the world’s best biologists and veterinarians joined their efforts. Click here to learn more.

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Kakapo Recovery

   Their kākāpō recovery work includes tracking with radio telemetry, putting out food and making sure there aren't any pests. During breeding seasons, they monitor kākāpō nests and sometimes hand rear chicks.

Adult kākāpō are solitary and reclusive. They handle them around once a year for a health checkup and to change the transmitter. Other than that, they leave them to live as naturally as possible. Click here to find out more.

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Philippine Eagle Foundation
 
   The PEF are and have been at the forefront of the conservation mission to save the incredibly rare Philippine Eagle from extinction and to restore their forest habitat. They work through science-based programs and people-oriented strategies that have yielded clear conservation outcomes for over 30 years. Learn more about them here.
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O.W.C.N.

    The Oiled Wildlife Care Network (OWCN) is a statewide collective of trained wildlife care providers, regulatory agencies, academic institutions and wildlife organizations working to rescue and rehabilitate oiled wildlife in California. 

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Wildcats Conservation Alliance

WildCats Conservation Alliance’s mission is to save wild tigers & Amur leopards for future generations by funding carefully chosen conservation projects.  They are working in Sumatra, Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Thailand and Russia to ensure wild cats such as the amur leopard can continue to thrive in the wild. You can learn more about their work here.