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Creative thinking – the new approach for fundraising?

July 18, 2014 11:07 am1 comment
Creative thinking – the new approach for fundraising?

What comes to mind when you hear the word fundraising? Time and time again, I find myself approached by various charitable institutions for money, but am rarely given a chance to truly feel involvement in the donation. Do I even get the chance to care – or is a signed check […]

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Ivory – The White Gold of Jihad

April 30, 2014 4:08 pm0 comments
Ivory – The White Gold of Jihad

We all know that the ivory trade costs the lives of tens of thousands of elephants a year. There have been huge campaigns over the last six months, both in the form of protests, celebrity Twitter campaigns and huge coverage in the press, of the fact that the wild elephant will […]

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International March for Elephants 2013. Say No to Ivory!

October 17, 2013 11:45 am1 comment
International March for Elephants 2013. Say No to Ivory!

Friday the 4th of October marks World Animal Day every year, when people all over the world celebrate animal life, bless their pets and livestock, and organise fundraising events and awareness drives. This October 4th was something of a big day in the history of wildlife conservation and animal protection as it […]

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Africa vs Asia – The beginning of the end?

September 3, 2013 12:00 pm1 comment
Africa vs Asia – The beginning of the end?

When one thinks of the plight of elephants in the world today, what comes to mind is the merciless killings of the African elephant for ivory. Think again. A much worse threat of extinction is happening to the Asian Elephant. These magnificent animals are often overlooked compared with their African […]

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