4th June 2016
Lower Ham Lane
What is Sip and Save our Horny Friends About?
It’s about people around the world getting together with their friends and having fun sharing cocktails and at the same time raising funds for The Black Mamba Anti Poaching Unit. Money raised will be used in our efforts to save the rhino from extinction.
How can I get involved?
By hosting a Cocktail Party for your friends in June. We have made it really simple to do by preparing a Party Pack including invites, cocktail suggestions and other practical information.
How do I get my Party Pack?
By contacting Kim Budge at firstname.lastname@example.org
Here's to a successful series of cocktail parties around the world!
Kim Budge, Organiser.
Can't come, but would like to make a donation?
Then you can easily donate through the justgiving page here: http://campaign.justgiving.com/charity/helpingrhinos/sipandsave
This anti-poaching fundraising event was very successfully organised by Kim Budge who is an ex-volunteer and wildlife and conservation enthusiast.
The fully-booked event took place on Sunday 13th September 2015 at Chiddingfold Golf Club (Russetts Wedding Venue), Petworth Rd, Chiddingfold, Godalming, Surrey GU8 4SL.
It was a fanstastic day packed with activities and inspiration. The day included auctions at the event and online, African-themed music and dancing, a large authentic braai and an inspiring and charasmatic speech by Craig Spencer who fronts Transfrontier Africa and The Black Mamba Anti-poaching Unit. Craig managed to squeeze a visit into the event in-between a busy schedule of meetings that were taking place all around Europe that week.
The event specifically raised money for the Blackmamba anti-poaching unit and Kim's dedication, emotion, passion and hardwork paid off raising an incredible £26,000!! The most successful fundraising event yet. The money raised was also down to some very generous and kind-hearted people who donated money and auction prizes.
Kim - and everyone one who helped - we can't thank you enough for your support! THANK YOU FROM ALL OF US.
The Black Mambas Anti Poaching Unit, who we are raised money for, are making inroads and a difference but need our support to do more. They have already drawn a lot of world-wide attention, featuring on numerous news channels around the globe and having more recently featured on the UK's award winning Channel 4 program, Unreported World....
Up to the end of April 2015, 393 rhino were poached in South Africa. If you want to help Rhinos and would like to donate any money or assist through paid volunteerting then please get in touch using the form below: