Thank you – November 2016

Anti-poaching dogs, Bullet and Zee at HESC

We are so grateful for the wonderful support we received from all our HESC supporters during the month of November. Without your contribution, we certainly wouldn’t be able to do what we do.

The Platter Project – provides beautifully hand-painted platters. Their mission is to assist individuals and businesses fulfil their social responsibility obligations by raising funds for selected wildlife organisations. HESC has been fortunate enough to be selected as one of The Platter Project’s beneficiaries.

The Platter Project recently donated a total sum of ZAR22 500 to the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre and Wildlife Conservation Trust!

HESC - The Platter Project

94.7 Telkom Cycle Challenge – on Sunday, 20th November 2016 the annual Telkom 94.7 Cycle Challenge was held in Johannesburg. A group of cyclists participated to raise funds on behalf of the HESC and a whopping ZAR20 000 was raised for the animals at the centre.

HESC - Telkom 947 cycle challenge

Capmor Stationary & Gifts – donated some much needed items to HESC.  These include colouring crayons, exercise books and children’s educational equipment.

These items will assist us in making a contribution towards the needs of the surrounding communities as part of our very own community involvement initiatives.

HESC - Capmore stationers

Marije Sinclaire Vischer – donated Pedigree Schmackos and toys for our anti-poaching canines, Bullet and Zee. They love their new toys and treats.

HESC anti-poaching dog

Online donations – we cannot forget our friends who continue to make donations via our online portal and PayPal. If you are able to assist us, please follow these links. On PayPal, click on ‘send’, add the email address accounts@wildlifeconservationtrust.co.za, choose the amount you’d like to contribute and click ‘continue’.

We are extremely grateful to all of you!

The HESC team

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  1. Bernie

    Nice to see again Zee and Bulett 😉
    I like the platters too specially the one in the middle witch remember us the poor little Muddy.
    Thanks to the HESC team and all the supports.

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