The supermodel and mother-of-one showed her charitable side by handing over the cheque in person while visiting Bangkok on 20 February, although the pictures have just been released now.
Looking beautiful (as always) in a figure-hugging white dress, the Australian star posed for a picture alongside Soraida Salwala, the founder of Friends of the Asian Elephant.
Miranda's money will be used at a special hospital in Lampang, Thailand that treats young elephants who have been poorly treated or injured through accidents like stepping on land mines.
One elephant called Naka, who is a year old, was brought there after his mother tried to kill him at birth, but with the aid of the hospital he is being nursed back to health.
Ms Salwala said: "Miss Miranda Kerr's generous donation of US$100,000 will be for our milk fund. In her honour we have named the fund "Miranda Kerr's Baby Elephants Milk Fund". She is a beautiful and good woman to help elephants.
"When I thanked her, Miss Kerr said she appreciated what my foundation was doing and she was happy to know about FAE and happy to help our good cause."
The Friends of the Asian Elephant organisation have treated nearly 4,000 elephants since founding its first hospital – the world's first elephant hospital – in 1993.
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