The Motse Community and Wildlife Conservancy (MCWC) is an independent non-profit established and supported by the shareholders of Limpopo-Lipadi Wildlife and Wilderness Reserve, in the Tuli Block, Botswana. MCWC exists for three distinct purposes – to empower and assist local communities through development projects and educational programming; to facilitate conservation efforts; and to conduct research through science-based research activities, with a specific focus on endangered species.
Empowers Africa has partnered with Motse Community and Wildlife Conservancy in order to provide a cost-effective solution to fundraising in the United States by acting as their fiscal sponsor. Any donations made here will be granted to Motse Community and Wildlife Conservancy.
If your donation is for a specific purpose or campaign, please so indicate in the Notes section.
Empowers Africa uses Stripe to process credit card donations. Stripe has very stringent security rules which may lead to declined credit card transactions. If you are experiencing trouble processing your donation, kindly contact Nadia Derelieva at (917) 328-1611 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Motse Community and Wildlife Conservancy Campaigns
Motse Community Outreach
Help fund healthcare, education & recreational projects
Motse means ‘community’ in Setswana, and the word contains letters from the names of the 2 villages closest to Limpopo-Lipadi – Moletemane and Tsetsebjwe. Representatives from both villages collect proposals and Motse funds and manages the agreed upon projects. Your donation makes projects and programming possible in the fields of healthcare, education and recreation.
Help conserve wildlife and habitat
Protecting endangered species like the Southern white rhino, the African wild dog and the brown hyena is essential to preserving the southern African wilderness. Equally important is restoring and protecting habitat, including grasslands and forests, which are home to numerous species. Both anti-poaching and wildlife and habitat management are key elements of our work that require substantial financial resources. Your donation can help fund rhino protection, elephant translocation and other important conservation projects in the Tuli Block.
Help fund scientific research
Research, conducted using rigorous scientific methods, is the foundation for successful conservation, and your donation makes this research possible. Conservation of wildlife and habitat involves studying, understanding and sometimes managing the complex relationships between the land and the species, particularly endangered species, that make up it’s biodiversity.
If you do not have any specific project in mind and wish the organization to use their own discretion, please click here.
Donations can also be made by check or wire transfer:
Checks should be made out to “Empowers Africa” and should be mailed to:
2 Beekman Place, Ste. 18B
New York, NY 10022
Kindly note in the memo section of the check that funds are for Motse Community and Wildlife Conservancy. Or email us at email@example.com.
For wire transfer details or more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Empowers Africa has been approved as a U.S. public charity, contributions to which are tax deductible for U.S. federal income tax purposes under Section 501(c)(3) [EIN: 32-0403737] of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.
Thank you for your support!