A generous Jenna Clifford client has donated six semi-precious tennis bracelets, worth between R60,000 – R70,000 in total to the Southern African Wildlife College, and one of them could be yours! In the spirit of holiday cheer and giving, three of our JC bracelets will be given away in a raffle.
Raffle – three bracelets for three winners!
Buy as many raffle tickets as you like at R80 (rounded to US$5, Euro 5 and GBP 4) each to win one of the 3 bracelets, with the Southern African Wildlife College receiving 100% of funds raised. The draw will take place on 23 December 2019.
Click here to purchase a Raffle Ticket
To spread the cheer,
- Like the SAWC and JCD Facebook pages or,
- Like the SAWC and JCD Instagram pages or,
- Like the SAWC and JCD Twitter pages,
- Buy your raffle tickets (as many as you like)
- Tag 5 people in our pinned facebook post and qualify for an extra ticket in the draw!
As well as supporting conservation and anti-poaching, you can spoil yourself or a loved one this festive season with a gift that gives back.
100% of all funds raised will go directly to the K9 Unit of the Southern African Wildlife College. The College is a non-profit centre of specialization tasked with training the conservationists of the future; whilst also fighting against poaching.
Highly innovative and multi-award-winning, the K9 unit’s carefully trained dogs work tirelessly with their handlers, rangers and law enforcement officials to bring poachers to book. They are part of the College’s four-tiered approach to conservation, which along with the K9 assets, includes well-trained field rangers, aerial support, and community engagement.
The incredible combination of on and off-lead dogs have transformed the success of the anti-poaching efforts in the Greater Kruger Park and associated private nature reserves, with statistics showing that successful apprehensions have leapt from 3% without dogs, to an astonishing 60% with on and off-lead dogs. With your support we can continue training these dogs and their handlers, help support counter poaching operations and improve our technology and equipment so save more rhino and other threatened species.
The bracelets are named to reflect the hard-working canine heros at the College and include the one-off Malinois collector’s piece (for auction) and the Beagle, the Blood Hound and the Black and Tan (for the raffle). Each of these breeds has a special role in counter poaching operations, and working together with their handlers, have had remarkable success in the Kruger National Park and Associated Private Nature Reserves.
The challenge is on! The success of this campaign will depend on your support, so please share with your network so that together, we can make a real difference this Christmas.