Voice for Asian Elephants Society’s (VFAES) mission is to protect endangered Asian elephants of India by preserving corridors for wild elephants and restoring their habitats, while providing basic knowledge and tools to the people living near the forest fringes to alleviate human elephant conflict, thereby fostering peaceful coexistence between people and wild elephants. VFAES also aims to provide rehabilitation programs for captive elephants to enhance their living conditions.

For us, humans are intrinsically compassionate and empathetic. By dispelling cultural myths and superstitious beliefs in a respectful manner, people can be empowered to make conscious decisions and become aware of their actions so they can discern how their behaviors are impacting so many innocent lives. The darkness of ignorance can be dispelled by shining the light of knowledge. 

And once people are made to realize how important elephants are for the survival of many species on the planet including humans, Our hope is that people will be inspired to do everything possible to allow elephants to roam freely in the wild.


VFAES is a 501(c)(3) organization with a vision to protect endangered Asian elephants and their habitats in India, while also ensuring that tribal people and those living near the forest fringes have their basic needs met, so they will be inspired to coexist peacefully with these magnificent animals.

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Phone: 1-833-8323787 (VFAESUS)

E-mail: support@vfaes.org

Address: 3415 South Sepulveda Blvd.,

Suite 1100, Los Angeles, California

VFAES Charitable Tax ID: 47-3943896

Postal Code: 90034