Urgent fundraiser OSCAP Rhino Relocation

Wed Aug 24, 2016 8:10 pm

Facebook appeal :
OSCAP-Allison Thomson
27 mins
**** URGENT URGENT URGENT *****
FUNDRAISING DRIVE:
I was approached this afternoon to assist with the urgent relocation of 7 rhinos from a reserve that has already lost 7 rhinos in the recent past. 2 were shot this last weekend with one of them surviving with 3 bullet wounds in his head.
It is going to cost us R24 150.00 to do the relocation as the vet is doing the darting a relocation for us. This is an incredibly cheap price for relocating rhinos - basically cost of darting and petrol etc.
As you can imagine this is a matter of urgency so your assistance in helping us raise these funds asap will be greatly appreciated.
Obviously I cannot give more info about the location of these rhinos as they are already under enormous poaching risk.
Please help us raise these funds. I have already committed to assisting and paying.
Thanks xxx

Bank Details:
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Payfast :
https://www.payfast.co.za/donate/go/oscap
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Re: Urgent fundraiser OSCAP Rhino Relocation

Thu Aug 25, 2016 8:36 pm

UPDATE:

Allison Thomson Thank you everybody for your overwhelming response to our request for help with this project. We have reached our target in less than 12 hours! I don't have all the funds in the bank yet but have pledges outstanding that will cover the costs of this relocation. Thank you for your shares and contributions. I cannot tell you how humbled I am by the support that we receive when we put out a call for help. Thank you to everybody who shared and donated. 7 rhinos will now be moved to a safer environment :) You guys rock!!!!

Re: Urgent fundraiser OSCAP Rhino Relocation

Thu Aug 25, 2016 9:39 pm

The serious fund raisers ought to have an account to which foreigners can make transfers like PayPal. A bank transfer cost around R 300 and more. The world is getting smaller every day and it is time that Africa wakes up. Especially wanting a raise in tourism :yes: