World Rhinoceros Day is celebrated every year on September 22 to commemorate the five rhinoceros species of the world and the challenges they face. This special day provides an opportunity for cause-related organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), zoos and public spaces to celebrate in their own unique ways.
About World Rhino Day
In 2010, the World Wildlife Fund-South Africa announced that it would celebrate World Rhino Day on September 22 every year since then. Lisa Jane Campbell of Chiskew Ranch, Zimbabwe, and Anamika Founder joined hands with Creative Director Rijaza Kota in 2011 to create a large-scale 5 species of rhinoceros awareness worldwide on the global program online and offline platforms. Extinction.
Activities during Rhino Day vary from one participant to another with activities such as peaceful demonstrations, classroom projects, fundraising dinners, auctions and poster presentations. The reason is that donors and partners can contribute to the organizations and programs they choose.