Support us, it's important.

The time to make a real change is now. Be one of our supporters that helps us to make the difference in the world.

You can support us in many ways, doing a DONATION, buying a product in our DONATION SHOP , getting in contact to find other ways to send money and donate equipment or products or even doing volunteer work with us. All of this is very important to keep the foundation working, but your support sharing and spreading the hands-off idea is the most important, and the good news, it is for free!

 

See some of the foundation friends.

UNCLE

Uncle is a big-hearted Kanchanaburi local who has donated Malee and Kammoon our 2 elephants, as well as the Somboon Legacy Foundation truck which we use to go grass cutting.

DIANA HARINCK

Diana is a board member of Support Somboon Legacy Foundation in the Netherlands, donating an AED (used to help those experiencing sudden cardiac arrest) to The Legacy River Kwai Resort which was happily received by Khun Anan, one of the owners of the resort.

FAMILY MANNING

These elephant friends from the UK held a fundraiser for us.  With their support we were able to purchase many things such as grass and pellet food.

PAT and DARREL STEVENS

These commited elephant lovers from Australia have supported us since the beginning. They have donated the book: One Fourteenth of an Elephant.

ICULTURE TEAM

The iCulture team from Bangkok came to support us and give advice  to Somboon Legacy Foundation on our interactive elephant museum.

JENS RUIJTER,

FABIEN BECKER

Jens Ruijter and Fabian Becker are two Dutch students following the minor Building Partnerships. They have helped us by doing research about the aspects of eco tourism in Thailand and making connections with local tour operators.

GEMMA GONEZ, NURIA VALLS, and CARLA VASQUEZ

Gemma Gomez, Nuria Valls and Carla Vasquez published an article in a local Spanish magazine about Somboon Legacy Foundation.

SVENJA SCHNULL

Svenja Schnull is a journalist who has published an article mentioning Somboon Legacy Foundation in the German newspaper Welt.

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE NEWSPAPER

FENJE FOLKERS

Fenje has kindly printed our first order of leaflets, and brought them to us from the Netherlands! 

BARBARA MOREROD

Barbara has helped us doing research and translations, she is always ready to help us from her home in Switzerland.

DIANA HARINCK

Diana has offered our T-shirts for sale on Facebook and has sold 30 shirts! There's a list of orders ready for her next visit already.

DIANA HARINCK

Diana has organized a dinner party, with food donated by her friends and has raised over 1400 EUROS doing this! Amongst other things we have brought a truckful of fruit from her donation.

RONALD DONKERS

Ronald is a dedicated supporter from Switzerland, who has donated equipment for both, the poo paper factory and the museum

GIA TANG and FRIENDS

This film crew from Taiwan came to shoot footage for their project of making people in Taiwan more aware about the elephant tourism industry. What a great initiative from Gia Tang and her friends!'

MANUEL WAELTI

Manuel Waelti from CH Media broadcasted a radio interview about Somboon Legacy Foundation in Switzerland.

DIANA HARINCK

Diana has sold almost 100 keychains and has raised about 600 EUROS to support Somboon Legacy Foundation. Together with her other doination it was used for fruit, salary of the mahouts, museum & souvenirs for our gift shop

ANJA VOSSEN

Anja from Belgium had created the amazing idea of selling our T-shirts on her Facebook and has raised a lot of money to help the elephants. 

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SOMBOON LEGACY FOUNDATION

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Photos by: Fotojeanique, William R. Photographies, Emmy Huvier, Sara Martin Sanchez, Nikki van Beijnum