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Community Coexistence Center

Join the Ice Challenge Fundraiser and support this goal!
The cross-border Tenasserim Range in Thailand is home to one of the world’s largest populations of Asian elephants and a priority area for their conservation. Kuiburi National Park in Thailand is part of the Tenasserim Range and hosts around 300 elephants. The unfenced park directly borders pineapple plantations which are frequently raided by elephants, resulting in increasing conflicts between people and elephants.

Fortunately, residents of three villages in the area want to do things differently and are working on sustainable solutions for peaceful human-elephant coexistence. Bring the Elephant Home plans to help them to realize this. Through the Community Coexistence Center, resources and knowledge will be provided that effectively contribute to human-elephant coexistence. The local community will benefit from elephants in a way that promotes the wellbeing of elephants. Host families can share their knowledge about elephants more easily with their guests. We will set up a program for students and positions will be created for trainees and volunteers.

Please support this goal!
Join the Wim Hof and Bring the Elephant Home
Ice Challenge Fundraiser
Thailand, December 18-20



Join the Wim Hof and Bring the Elephant Home Ice Challenge Fundraiser!

Participants are asked to raise to a minimum amount of  1.099 Euro – $ 1,199 – 36,000 THB.

Secure your spot at the Wim Hof Bring the Elephant Home Ice Challenge by donating below. Please read the condition prior to making your donation. This event has a maximum capacity of 100 participants.

Do you need to raise funds or find sponsors? Send us an email to start your own crowdfunding page. Would you like to participate with more than one person? Please donate according to the number of participants and email us  us the full name and contact details of each participant.

We look forward to seeing you!

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If you are unable to donate online, please email us the name(s) and contact details of the participant(s) and we will send you a donation request with our bank account details.

Terms & Conditions

  • Accommodation, meals, all activities of the Ice Challenge and elephant safari are included.
  • As a participant, you must be 18 years or older at the time of the event.
  • After receiving your donation, you will receive a confirmation by e-mail. We will provide all the details about the program, location and special extra options. Please inform yourself about the Wim Hof ​​method prior to making your donation, and in particular the terms of use (B, 1-4) on this page of Wim Hof’s website.
  • This event is a fundraiser for a Dutch and Thai registered charity, so your donation may be tax-deductible. Please check your country’s tax regulations.
  • Donations for this fundraiser are non-refundable. However, if you inform us in writing (support@bteh.org) that you are not able to join at least 30 days prior to the event, you will be eligible for a refund of 50%. No refund will be issued for cancellations received less than 30 days prior to the event, nor failure to attend.
  • Force majeure: BTEH shall not be liable to refund should the event be cancelled due to any cause whatsoever beyond our control.


We will receive your name and account number when you make a donation via our web forms. This personal data is necessary for the processing of your donation and in order to secure your spot. Bring the Elephant Home Foundation will handle all personal data with the utmost care and will not distribute your data to third parties. We will use your data to inform you about our ongoing activities or to ask for your support. Read more about our privacy policy.


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