#AfricanParks needs just a little more to hit their half million US Dollar fundraising target

470.000 US DOLLARS RAISED AND JUST 30.000 MORE TO GO

(Posted 23rd August 2020)

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Dear Friends of African Parks, Dear ATCNews Readers,

Almost one month ago, we let you know about a unique way to support conservation and communities in Africa during this pandemic, and the response has been incredible.

The Prints for Wildlife campaign has helped raise $470,000 to date and there are four days left to go. We are just 300 print sales away from hitting $500,000 and have until this Wednesday to do so!

COUNT ME IN
When you purchase a print, 100% of the proceeds (minus printing and handling) comes back to African Parks, and your support matters. Because of donors like you, you have helped us:

  • Protect over 11,400 western lowland gorillas and more than 10,000 elephants
  • Expand the black rhino’s range by bringing them back to Rwanda and parks in Malawi
  • Increase predator populations in eight countries including bringing lions back to Rwanda, and lions and cheetahs back to Malawi
  • Train and equip our ranger team of over 1,000 rangers who have created safe spaces for people and wildlife
  • And provided employment, education, and other critical services to tens of thousands of people

If you would like to help us continue to make impacts like these during this challenging time, please consider purchasing a print before this Wednesday, August 26th. Or, you can always make a donation directly to African Parks, of any amount at any time, as every single dollar counts.

We are extremely grateful for all the support we receive. It is only because of donors like you that our work with our Government and community partners is possible. Thank you for helping us protect nature, and in doing so, reclaiming a sustainable future for everyone.

With sincere thanks,

Andrea Heydlauff
CMO
African Parks

P.S. We just released the final 39 images of the campaign, and we hope you love them as much as we do!

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