Reason to Smile this Mother’s Day

Mother lion with growing cubs, Dinokeng Game Reserve, South Africa

No matter how wild you were as a kid, you were and still are your mother’s pride and joy!

This Mother’s Day, give back to Mom with a gift from Amazon Smile, and Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase to the charitable organization of your choice. By designating Wildlife Protection Solutions (WPS), you’ll get the same Amazon prices and products and DOUBLE the love—for Mom and also wild animal families that need your care, like this lioness and cubs from Dinokeng Game Reserve in South Africa.

WPS uses specialized camera technology and software to protect animals at national parks, game reserves, and other wildlife habitat across Africa and Southeast Asia. Security is vital to the protection of the more than 200 species of animals roaming 19,000 hectares at Dinokeng, including lions, elephants, rhino, ostrich, antelope, and zebra. WPS cameras detect suspicious activity and help prevent harm to wildlife before crimes occur.

Elephants tussle in the river, Dinokeng Game Reserve.
Top featured photo: Mother lion with growing cubs, Dinokeng Game Reserve.

Our team also helps wildlife rangers—the eyes and ears on the ground for threats. Gear that we have donated to Dinokeng includes boots, bullet-proof vests, anti-poaching dogs, hydra packs, and flashlights, which support their efforts across the reserve.

Wildlife Protection Solutions has donated various gear to rangers at Dinokeng.

“Do you know about Kevin Richardson, the lion whisperer? You may be interested to learn that our cameras also help protect lions and other wildlife on his sanctuary, which is located within the greater Dinokeng Game Reserve.

Your Amazon Smile purchase will help WPS for all these reasons and more! It’s easy to sign up. Remember to bookmark your page so that future purchases will continue to benefit our non-profit. We hope you find the perfect gift for the mother of your family! Thank you for supporting Wildlife Protection Solutions, and Happy Mother’s Day!

Article by Julie West, Communications Specialist, Wildlife Protection Solutions