Welcome to Suni-Ridge Org. ZA!
(Registration no. 013-525 NPO)Thank you for visiting our website. Suni-Ridge is a non-profit organization based in Maputaland, Zululand, on the North East Coast of Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa.
The world’s natural ecosystems are being degraded at an unprecedented rate and it is no longer sufficient to merely protect that which is left.At Suni-Ridge we have lovingly restored a previously degraded agricultural area and have given back to nature, a significant section of the buffer zone of the False Bay environs of World Natural Heritage Site, the Isimangaliso Wetland Park, on the North East Coast of South Africa.
Please Join Our Efforts – Providing a forever home for 10 zebra
We are very excited to have been accepted to Global Giving the biggest and most trusted crowd funding platform in the world, in support of providing a forever home for 10 zebra.. Their Escalator program is a HUGE opportunity for this project.
You may have heard that we sadly lost our much loved zebra “Dubie” recently. (You may remember her, she may have greeted you when you arrived to visit and she also always came up to the lodge) Because our remaining zebra, Stripy and Tammy are now needing a bigger herd we decided to offer a home to a young male and 2 female zebra. But we were advised that there is a herd of 10 zebra being sold (that may be at risk) and we want to ensure that they all go to forever homes.
Your support will make a difference to:
- preservation/restoration of indigenous habitat
- ensure the growth of safe havens for wildlife
- help to bring environmental education and awareness to rural communities
Thank you to our Sponsors for believing we can make a difference!
Alien plant intruders must be eradicated
Alien plants are biological poachers and they must be managed and eradicated. They strangle indigenous forest trees and vegetation and reduce the biodiversity of the forest if they are not removed. We, therefore, have an ongoing alien plant control project in place. Your support of this project would be greatly appreciated and would help to ensure the protection of the unique biodiversity of our forest.