Wild Animal Rescue Trail Run Series 2024
Wild Animal Rescue Trail Run Series 2024

About us

The Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT)

A non-profit organization based in Phetchaburi Province, Thailand. They are dedicated to aiding in the rescue, rehabilitation, and conservation of wildlife. WFFT was established in the year 2001 by Edwin Wiek, a Dutch national passionate about animal welfare and conservation.


The organization plays a crucial role in addressing issues such as wildlife trafficking, habitat destruction, and animal cruelty in the region. The project aims to provide people with a glimpse into the real lives of rescued wild animals to understand the true essence of their existence post-rescue. In addition to volunteer activities, an event has been organized to allow people from diverse backgrounds to come and experience the wildlife atmosphere, contributing to the well-being of these animals. 

WFFT collaborates with professional event organizers, GAA-Events to organize and craft running routes that provide participants with extraordinary experiences throughout the series.

Donate Through Race Participation

A portion of the registration fee for the running event will be allocated to the Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT).


The main purpose is to assist the rescued wildlife in improving their physical well-being, enhancing their living conditions, and restoring their spirits from the trauma they have endured. Ultimately, it aims to enable them to return to their natural way of life to the fullest extent possible, including providing them with suitable habitats.


Therefore, you can be assured that your registration for this running event will be used to provide food, medical care, and to improve their living environment during their rehabilitation process.

WFFT's Commitment to Wildlife & Conservation

Today, the Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand continues its mission to rescue, rehabilitate, and protect wildlife in Thailand.

The foundation’s history reflects its commitment to making a positive difference for animals and the environment, both through direct rescue efforts and by influencing broader conservation efforts in the region.

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