Help save the rhino in Zimbabwe

Please Support Us

Imire Rhino and Wildlife Conservation are world-renowned for our successful black rhino breeding and release programme and our close relationship with the local community. The costs and logistics behind maintaining a well-run conservancy are high and ever-increasing.

We rely on support and donations from communities, businesses and generous private individuals around the world to help fund the security and well-being of our wildlife and local community.

Without the generosity of our past and present supporters, Imire would not be what it is today. Without future support, we will struggle to improve and develop.

If you are able to donate and would like to contribute to one of our projects, please visit our current Just Giving Fund Raising Page.

Or please do contact us for more information. We are so grateful for your support.

Wish List

We are often asked if there is anything we need in particular, so we have put together a wishlist for those who are thinking of supporting:


  • Pens, pencils, coloured pens, highlighters, marker pens and other writing materials
  • Erasers, pencil sharpeners
  • Poster paints and paint brushes (all different sizes)
  • Maths equipment - rulers, protractors, set squares, compasses (for drawing not navigating),
  • Calculators
  • ABC posters
  • Maps
  • Educational puzzles and games
  • Paper clips, staples, staplers, scissors


  • Socks (all ages including high school)
  • Underwear (boys and girls)
  • Warm hats / gloves / scarves


  • Sewing equipment (please enquire for specifics as much of it is for school uniforms so it needs to be certain colours) such as scissors, zips, cotton, needles, pins, safety pins, buttons
  • Sanitary towels for the older girls
  • Used spectacles especially reading glasses and bifocals
  • Items such as seeds are better off bought here, so if you would like to donate to the gardens then it is much more useful for the gardeners to have the money to spend on the vegetable seeds and seedlings which grow well in the area and in the season.


We have built a learning centre and library for the Imire staff and their families and we now need to equip it inside:

  • Old IT equipment such as keyboards, mouse and mouse pads, printers, printer cartridges (ask for details) and other computer consumables
  • Old books - for adults and children of all ages, both fiction and non-fiction.
  • Old magazines such as Time or National Geographic
  • Environmental and animal posters
  • Donations for text books, a permanent librarian salary and new computers