What is one of the key fundamentals needed to see successful conservation of Africa’s wildlife?
One united front.
Which is why, on 29 June 2017, three renowned wildlife conservation non-profits are coming together for a special night of fundraising and conservation awareness.
Another fundamental of conservation is finance. Conservation cannot happen without it sadly… although we also wish it were far simpler. In fact, huge sums are sorely required wherever wildlife needs safeguarding and preserving; whether it’s purchasing land to protect habitat, supplying materials for farmers to build kraals (bomas) to protect their livestock from predators, or employing or providing equipment to anti-poaching rangers to protect our heritage – it all requires funding to ensure it’s done in the most fair, reasonable and responsible manner that has the best interests of wildlife as its core objective.
Pit-Track K9 Conservation Unit
Pit-Track is a registered NPC (Non-Profit Company). We are a specialised K-9 conservation and anti-poaching unit made up of highly skilled, passionate and dedicated operators, members, and corporate affiliates, who have devoted our lives to the preservation of all water, flora, fauna and animals with prioritization to endangered species.
Captured In Africa Foundation
Established by Johannesburg based conservationist Drew Abrahamson, Captured In Africa Foundation (NPO) aims to mitigate and safeguard lions and other wildlife in the wild & captive situations. The organisation carries out various rescues & relocations of at risk big cats, instigates projects and initiatives, along with key partnering with conservation organisations and professionals to ensure the survival of wildlife.
Saving The Survivors
Saving the Survivors (with lead Vets Dr Johan Marais and Dr Zoe Glyphis) was started in 2012 to treat and care for rhino that have fallen victim to poaching or traumatic incidents. This includes rhino that have been wounded, rhino where the horn has been hacked off, as well as victims of snaring and other trauma. Notable treatments and care of poaching victims include the world famous HOPE, along with many many others in need of the care of saving the Survivors.
Wait, there’s more…
The evening is stacked with amazing auction & raffle prizes to those lucky enough to attend – including;
- A Hot Air Balloon Flight and Champagne Breakfast for 2 people with Bill Harrops Original Balloon Safaris.
- 1 Night Safari at Jock Safari Lodge in Kruger National park for 2 People sharing.
- 2 Nights Safari at Marataba Safari Lodge for 2 people sharing.
- 2 Night Rovos Rail Luxury Train Journey for 2 people sharing from Pretoria to Durban (Or Vice versa)
- 3 Night weekend stay for 6 people sharing at Kruger Park Lodge.
- 2 Night Weekend Stay for 2 people sharing at Bakubung Lodge.
Entertainment on the night comes from popular local band The Graeme Watkins Project, with the superb talents of Warren le Grange as MC guiding you through your evening.
The Important Details
When: 29th June 2017 @ 630pm
Where: Morningside Country Club, 1 De La Ray Road, Edenburg, Sandton, Johannesburg
Cost: R150 includes finger food, welcome drink (cash bar available), entertainment, talks from each organisation, plus anti-poaching K9 demonstration
RSVP: please email Alex to confirm your place email@example.com
RSVP’s and payments are required immediately to guarantee your place.
It’s not often people have the chance to help wildlife, simply by attending a fundraising & awareness evening – whether you are there to potentially win a prize, listen to the conservationist speakers, perhaps even donate or help raise awareness yourself … or simply to share the love for our wildlife… it’s a night NOT to be missed!!