Share Their Stories

Every single one of you who follows us is a member of the GSE family. We do our best to tell the stories of how sanctuary heals. But we can’t do it alone. Whether you realize it or not, YOU are essential to educating others who may not be aware, or may never have thought about what captivity does to animals. Your impact is immeasurable. You have more power to help than you know. If you are on social media, please share our posts when they resonate with you. When you do so, Facebook also projects our message outside of this treasured circle of ours, giving voice to the elephants and to sanctuaries everywhere. This family you have created can continue to grow and impact more animals in captivity. If you don’t have social media, please forward our blogs to friends or simply spread the message of sanctuary.

Every animal here deserves freedom. Tell their stories.


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    Tammy says

    I proudly share those stories of how our girls were fortunate to have made it to this beautiful paradise. I have since Ramba following her every step of the way she stole my heart for sure. I get excited just telling all their stories which are very sad but end with peace tranquility and so much happiness starting a new herd family as well as a massive human family of loving caring supporters around the world so thank you for including us in their journey it makes us feel great that we are making a difference one great big adorable silly elle at a time 💞

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      Sara says

      Thank you so much.

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    Tammy says

    Oh and Milo got his well deserved time in the spotlight too I had to giggle while showing my husband and son his antics playing and running jumping being so silly with the pupdogs 🤣 how do you get any work done with all this cute goofy stuff going on around you all? Love Love Love it!

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    Patricia Bamfy says

    I regularly post and share stories about the abuse of elephants and about sanctuary, it’s a privilege to be part of this beautiful family.
    I will continue to educate as many people as I can and hopefully have an impact on their thinking and make them aware of the need to bring and end to captivity of such beautiful and sentient animals.

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      Sara says

      Thank you for taking the time to advocate for them.

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    Carey says

    Yes I will share more, I didn’t think of how it might help

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      Sara says

      Thank you so much.

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    Terry Feleppa says

    I share almost all the Friday elefacts and various stories of the girls and their recovery at sanctuary Brazil with my F.B. ” peeps”. The world is learning, and the Love is growing!!!❤❤❤

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    Beji says

    Every time I wear my red GSE t-shirt, somebody asks about it. I happily give them the info

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    Lane says

    What I did for years with the Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee was to order and mail out the holiday cards they produced every year. I introduced lots of folks to the elephants and often found my cards posted on people’s refrigerators. They haven’t been creating them in recent years so I have turned to other non-profits who do but I wonder if that is something you could do? Friends love them!

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