Twenty-five years ago Africa was in the midst of a poaching crisis. Black rhino were on the brink of extinction (just 2,000 remained) and the African elephant population was being slaughtered at a rate of 100,000 each year, just for their ivory. Drastic times required urgent action. Tusk was established at this time in response to an urgent need to halt the decline in Africa’s natural heritage and find a way to combine the interests of people and wildlife alike.
01 January 2018
I am fundraising as a personal challenge. My challenge is Conservation
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14.02.17 Hi Ian and co. Hope all going well down there. The Belchers from Australia
Patrick Trevanion £200.00 (+ £50.00 giftaid)
11.02.17 We visited Lower Zambezi last year.went to the local village school.Decided to donate to help the locals. For Xmas2016, we diverted money we would have spent on family presents for charity donations. We hope this helps. Patrick Barbara Trevanion
Mad Harper £165.00 (+ £41.25 giftaid)
12.01.17 Hi guys. Hope all going well. Love Mad Harper