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SA Country Life: Ride for Rhinos

SA Country Life: Ride for Rhinos

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SA Country Life magazine has partnered with SANParks Honorary Rangers East Rand Region to help raise funds for the organisation's Ride for Rhinos at this year's Discovery 947 Ride Joburg.

Who's our rider?

Our victim volunteer is the magazine's digital editor Leigh Hermon. She has one 947 Cycle Challenge under her belt and (for some reason) wants to add a second to her name. On Sunday, 17 November, she'll be hitting the mean streets of Johannesburg to complete this year's Ride Joburg event. 

Who are the SANParks Honorary Rangers?

The Honorary Rangers are a volunteer organisation who provide a means for the public to donate and support the efforts of SANParks. They offer a diverse range of support to our national parks including assisting at the entry gates, raising funds for anti-poaching projects and other SANParks activities, helping with visitor management, running youth programmes, and giving specialist advice on infrastructure and scientific projects. 

Donations

  • Oct 18, 2019 - R 205.64
  • "Go Leigh! Do it for the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees." - Nita Hazell

  • Oct 09, 2019 - USD $ 13.09
  • "GO RURAL! Know you will smash this! Want updates! " - Matt Watson

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Statistics

Donations to date

R 405.57

Fundraising target

R 10 000.00
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SANParks Honorary Rangers

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The SANParks Honorary Rangers is the SANParks volunteer organisation, functioning according to an official agreement between SANParks and the Honorary Rangers. We provide the people of South Africa and our business community with the opportunity to support our national parks. We are a registered public benefit and non-profit organisation. We are the SANParks preferred channel through which public support and donations are managed. We are the SANParks preferred counter-poaching partner and during the past four years we have provided 17 million rand in counter poaching support.