I just about fell off my seat when The Classic Safari Company offered to get Animal Works’ a safari to help raise funds for anti-poaching in Zimbabwe as part of the ‘Imagine Africa’ dinner on 22nd February. Think 2 nights Victoria Falls and 3 nights Hwange, plus a night in Joburg – all to the value of US$4000! Plus they’re throwing in a set of gorgeous safari luggage just for the hell of it. I mean, seriously, this is a fantastic prize. It will be drawn on the night of the ‘Imagine Africa’ dinner at Ripples, Chowder Bay.
The first ‘Imagine Africa’ dinner in February is sold out now, but for those of you who missed out you can still get tickets to enter the draw for the safari competition on line by clicking here for all the details and to pay securely through paypal. If you’re not comfortable with paypal drop me a line at email@example.com as cheque or direct deposit can be arranged. Only 500 tickets will be sold for this competition. Tickets are $20 each or 3 for $50.
Your donation goes straight to Animal Works’ fund for Zimbabwean conservation. No overheads, no bureaucracy – that’s because Animal Works is a small organisation run entirely by volunteers. By the way, if you missed out on the first ‘Imagine Africa’ dinner, you can book now to come to our next one on Wednesday 18th April. Join myself, Tony Park, 7-time African novelist Frank Coates and co-author of “A Lion Called Christian”, Ace Bourke, for tales of adventure in the African bush. There’s guaranteed to be some big prizes on offer exclusively for the second night too, including Nafisa’s African elephant art, so get your tickets before they sell out!