OUR FUNDRAISING PROJECTS
This page highlights our various fundraising partnerships - incredible people and incredible companies that are making a difference.
2012: Jacaranda Rhino Dog Project with The Parlotones, MNet's The Wild and StopRhinoPoaching.com
2011: Jacaranda Provincial Park Advanced Field Ranger Training with Quemic Integrated Security Solutions.
All in all 30 park rangers were trained and fully equipped through this project, benefiting 7 rhino reserves across 3 provinces in South Africa. Seen here are the first 14 with other course participants, Provincial Parks management, Li Lotriet from Quemic and Elise Daffue from StopRhinoPoaching.com.
WE PROUDLY SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING RHINO PROJECTS
THE WATERBERG LIVING MUSEUM
An appeal to CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES and BUILDING SUPPPLIERS to help build tame black rhino bull Metzi a safe boma where he can continue being an ambassador for his species. Clive Walker, synonymous with rhino conservation and the role he played in saving the species, together with his family established The Living Museum in 1997. Focussing on public education, many thousands of children visited the museum, the highlight of which was to experience tame black rhino. In 2008 the museum was forced to close its doors as a result of a land claim, and during that same year Clive and Conita Walker lost one of their beloved hand-reared black rhino in a brutal poaching incident. It is our pleasure to be promoting the Walker’s Living Museum, to visit their website click here.
It is StopRhinoPoaching's great pleasure to have fascilitated the meeting of Alda du Plooy, Bongani Chenera and Ferayi Mukonde with the Walker family of The Living Museum. Alda first contacted StopRhinoPoaching with a strategic partnership request in February 2011, with the incredible idea of building a life size wire rhino. Her wire design, recycle art and skills development studio - The Little Shoppe - is based in Hermanus, and having met this dynamic lady with a passion for art and community projects, it was clear that her project and The Living Museum project would work wonderfully together. For more, please visit our Hermanus Community page by clicking here.
SAVE THE WATERBERG RHINO
Save the Waterberg Rhino was started in November 2012 in association with the Waterberg Biosphere and Stoprhinopoaching.com. We had one mission; to help raise awareness and support for the war against rhino poaching. Save the Waterberg Rhino enjoys a close working relationship with many recognised role players, their opinion and experience proving invaluable when identifying projects and allocating funds.
Supporting Rhino owners, Private Reserves and General security in the Biosphere is a primary objective and as such, the majority of our resources are channelled in this direction. Click here to view the website.
PILANESBERG RHINO PROJECT
Perry Dell is actively raising funds for the Pilanesberg Game Reserve. Anyone who would like to help this specific project is welcome to e-mail her at email@example.com
THE FOLLOWING COMAPNIES HAVE ALL CONTRIBUTED TOWARDS THE MANUFACTURE OF RHINO BANDS FOR THE PILANESBERG WILDLIFE TRUST.
Kloofview Primary School in Rustenberg raised R738 for the Pilanesberg Wildlife Trust's Rhino Protection project. Well done guys!