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African Wildlife Fund

Donations

 

We thank you for taking the time to visit our site, and helping us to Protect Africa's Wildlife. If you would like to donate on a once off / monthly basis within South Africa, you may deposit directly into the PAWS account (details below).

 

Direct Deposit Donations

Our Bank Details are as follows:

PAWS
First National Bank
Branch No. 211021 (Vincent Park)
Acc No. 62345127949

 

Donations by Debit Order

Downloadable Debit Order Form (111KB)

If you would like to contribute on a monthly basis (South Africa only), please download the Debit Order Form, complete and return to PAWS by scan / fax. Please be assured that your donations will be used for the purpose for which they were intended i.e. preserving Africa's wildlife. All donations are heartfelt no matter how small.

PAWS will be updated on a regular basis with all information regarding fundraising ventures / donations. Please visit us again soon.

 

 

THE HOEDSPRUIT ENDANGERED SPECIES CENTRE

PAWS recently donated a Canon i-SENSYS Laser Multifunction Printer to the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre. You can read more about the donation here, and view their thank you letters regarding various donations here:

 

 

Above: McClenaghan Turner (1Yr old) celebrates by requesting donations to PAWS (R1100 raised)

 

Above: Indalo Handover - June 2013

 

Above: SA Cricketer Richard Levi Supports PAWS

 

Above: SA Cricketer Morne Morkel Supports PAWS

 

Above: SA Cricketers Farhaan Behardien and T20 skipper FAF Du Plessis Support PAWS

 

Above: SA Cricketer Chris Morris Supports PAWS

 

Above: SBV Security support PAWS Casual Day

 

Above: Equipment donated to Amakhala Game Reserve Anti Poaching Unit 24 March 2012

 

Above: Equipment donated to Shamwari Game Reserve Anti Poaching Unit 24 March 2012

Chipembere Rhino Foundation

 

Above: Cheque handover to Chipembere Rhino Foundation Dec 2011 R41,500.00.
From left to right: Chantelle Cook, Brent Cook (Chipembere), Gavin De Lange (PAWS)
and Diane De Lange.

 

Above: Treating poaching wounds.

 

Above: Fitting of radio monitoring bracelet.

 

Above: Sponsored radio monitoring bracelet.

 
 

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