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RHINO EFFORTS CONTINUE AT JENMAN
We at Jenman African Safaris would like to extend a global THANK YOU to all of those who have donated to our Rhino Calendar Fund! Last year we started fundraising for this worthy cause, taking part in local activities and selling our Rhino-fund calendars to increase awareness of the plight of the rhinos in Southern Africa. We are desperate to save our rhinos from abuse and possible extinction, and we want to thank everyone who has contributed.
As of today, we have raised R66726.52 for the Rhino cause, all of which is going to our chosen charity, Project Rhino KZN http://www.projectafrica.com. We will be donating the full amount of all of our fundraising efforts next month after Indaba! This means we have the month of April to add more contributions to the final amount raised. If anyone would like to donate any small amount to the Jenman Rhino Fund and Project Rhino, it’s not too late.... We also have a handful of calendars left, and will send one out to anyone who donates R100 or more during the month of April (click here to order).
Entries for our Calendar Competition are closed, and we’d like to thank everyone who entered – the response was overwhelming! In May, after Indaba and our fundraiser is complete, we will announce the winner of our calendar-purchase competition for the 4-night stay at one of our two new Zimbabwe lodges, which will be officially opening in May 2013. Stay posted for this announcement!!!
Click here to donate, please use "rhino" as a reference.
Project Rhino KZN brings together organizations with a common vision and goal, identifies synergies through an integrated, common approach, and collectively, is a representative body which carries powerful leverage ability
With over 300 years of collective experience, Project Rhino KZN has been able to identify priority rhino protection needs for KZN, and is working together to fulfill them.
For more information: http://www.projectafrica.com
The members of Project Rhino KZN also recognize that the work in conserving and protecting rhinos from poaching is symbolic of the threat faced by all wildlife, which will benefit from actions taken by Project Rhino KZN.