OUR COMMITMENT TO WILDLIFE & CONSERVATION.


“In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.” ~ Aristotle

Conservation Efforts

As we work to make healthcare available and accesible to all humans, we believe that we've a moral responsibility to protect the environment and help endangered species bounce back. We are not conservation experts but we can contribute a portion of our revenue to conservation groups around the world. We are especially interested in supporting organization working to help the Black Rhino and the African Elephant make a come back.



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The Black Rhino
WWF has been fighting to protect African rhinos ever since. Recent success in black rhino conservation is heartening, but a lot of work remains to bring the population up to even a fraction of what it once was – and ensure that it stays there. Source: WWF. Image Credit: WWF.




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The African Elephant
The African elephant is the largest animal walking the Earth. Their herds wander through 37 countries in Africa. They are easily recognized by their trunk that is used for communication and handling objects. They are also very vulnerable. Source: WWF. Image Credit: WWF.