Getting Crafty to Help Save Elephants!

Elephant with Mt. Kilimanjaro at Amboseli National Park, Kenya.

Photo Credit – © Danielle Mussman

Elegrams are a creative craft project for all ages that will help save elephants, increase awareness for African elephants, and also raise funds for The Nature Conservancy’s work to increase security for them!

About 20,000 little elephants will start their life’s journey this year – at a time when it’s never been tougher to be an elephant. That’s why we’re calling on elephant supporters like you to help us collect 20,000 images of elephants by next summer. We’re calling them “elegrams.”


Credit: musicbyandrewholmes/The Nature Conservancy.

Crayons, cupcakes, pen doodles, yarn, paint — you can make an elegram out of almost anything. (Photos of real elephants don’t count though.)

It’s simple: Make an elegram, snap a photo, and post it to social media using the hashtag #elegram or upload your image directly to our online gallery.  


Credit: Fletch/The Nature Conservancy.

Self Disclosure: No compensation was received to post. Credit: The Nature Conservancy.

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