Take Action


MFE provides information and links to efforts working on the ground in Africa and Asia, as well as locally in Massachusetts. These resources help you take effective action by contacting government officials and providing financial support to organizations aligned with saving elephants. MFE is also active with such events as the Boston Run for Elephants. We seek to connect elephant lovers with each other to amplify and inspire our collective impact on saving elephants.


A friendly reminder to please join us for this at-home experience on Wednesday, November 18th at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET for an evening of hope for Happy and a world where elephants’ right to liberty is respected and protected.

Elephant Event

Event Details:

Featuring NhRP Founder and President Steven M. Wise, NhRP staff, our corporate partner Hourglass Cosmetics, and videos, photographs, and artwork sent in solidarity by you, our supporters!

This is a free event, with a suggested donation of $25, but anything you can give is greatly appreciated.

The NhRP’s #FreeHappy virtual event

  • Date: Wednesday, November 18th
  • Time: 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET (check for your local time here)
  • Where: RSVP to receive the event link.


What You Can Do Now:

  • Never buy or sell ivory, no matter its age. All ivory is “blood Ivory.” Every piece—no matter how old or small—represents unspeakable brutality, terror, and grief.
  • Never attend circuses or shows that use elephants. Elephants who perform have been force-trained as babies using fear and pain.
  • Never patronize zoos where elephants do not have adequate space to roam and the company of other elephants in a temperate climate.
  • Never ride an elephant. Their spines are spiky and fragile and the training to break them is brutal.
  • Educate your relatives, friends, co-workers, and local businesses about elephants in peril.
  • Encourage them to take a stand against circuses, traveling shows, fairs, and exotic animal shows.
  • Support legislation that bans the use of exotic animals (or any animal) in traveling shows, etc.
  • Support legislation to ban the use of the bull hook and chains on elephants.
  • Support local bans—start one if there is not one already in place!
  • Adopt/foster an elephant from refuges/sanctuaries.
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