Dolphins Need Our Help
We are currently planning our next fundraising event in Atlanta, GA. We promise it will be fun, and as always, 100% of the funds collected will directly impact the wellbeing of dolphins.
Tsavo Water Bowser Project
Our most recent project raised funds for the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, providing care to the animals of the Tsavo National Park in Kenya, where young elephants are on the brink of survival due to lack of rainfall.
Esupetai Water Well Project
Thank you for making the Esupetai water well a success. Your contribution will enhance the quality of life of the region for 65 years.
Founded in 2010, The WellBeing Foundation is a community of caring and committed volunteers. We work together to raise money and put it to use for the benefit of all life on Earth. When we learned of the Maasais' struggle to find drinking water in Esupetai, Kenya, we built a well to sustain the local Maasai for 65 years. Now that the people are taken care of, we are fighting for the survival of the endangered elephants in the Tsavo National Park of Kenya. Although our focus will change, our mission remains the same - to create well-being for the whole world. Come back to see the status of our projects, and know exactly what difference your donation is making for the world!
Make a Difference for Dolphins
We are in the process of creating our next project to help dolphins thrive.
Tsavo National Wildlife Park
Support the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust by fundraising.
Protect The Well
Build a wall to protect the well from wildlife (elephants play hard!)
Esupetai Water Well
Drill a well for access to clean water.
MEET THE TEAM
Dr. Ada Frazier Turner
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The Wellbeing Foundation understands the interdependence of people and wildlife and its importance in the future of Kenya and our world. Our current project is focused on purchasing a waterbowser (a 1000 liter water tank perched on a sturdy four-wheel-drive truck) to transport water to drought stricken areas throughout the Tsavo National Park where young[…]
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Not too long ago, a very young elephant was found wandering around lost in Narok, a town not too far from our farm and now a highly populated area. She was very thin and close to death from dehydration and scared half to out of her wits. Fortunately, through the network, The Sheldrick Trust and[…]
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