The first event that I attended in my spring tour was with you new DVDs asgifts and as promotional merchandise for sale for CCF. Thank you so much for donating 1000 of these beautifully rendered DVDs of CCF with wonderful images and lots of very interesting information. We truly appreciate your kind efforts and will promote these everywhere we go in our efforts to raise awareness and funds for the cheetah.
I want you to know that I still enjoy the memories of meeting you at the TIGERS facility and spending time with the cheetahs. I am so pleased to hear that they are doing well and have become very socialized and playful since my visit there.
Please stay in touch and know how grateful we are to have your support and your kind donation to spread the word of our conservation efforts via your DVDs.
Cheetah purrs and thanks,
Dr. Laurie Marker,
DPhil Founder/Executive Director Cheetah Conservation Fund
P.O. Box 1755
Phone: +264 (0)67 306225
FAX: +264 (0)67 306247
Please help us save the wild cheetah. Donate Now. The Cheetah Conservation Fund is supported globally by affiliate non-profit organizations in the United States, United Kingdom, Namibia, Canada, Japan, Holland, Italy and Germany. Visit the 'About CCF' Section on our website to learn more about donating through a local organization supporting CCF at www.cheetah.org
Dear Dr. Bhagavn Antle:
Thank you so much for the Rare Species Fund's participation and donated activity at Cheetah Outreach's NYC Fundraisers on April 19th, 2008 and November 18th, 2009. Our fiscal agent is the Zoological Society of Florida.
Thank you for your contribution of providing animal rentals for both of these events, including, but not limited to, animal trainers, staff from T.I.G.E.R.S., travel (mileage, wear and tear on the vehicle, health certificates for all animals being provided at fundraiser, all meals while traveling to and back from NYC, permits, liability insurance, lodging, petrol, and car rental). Your donated services, listed at $20,000 per event ($40,000 total) were made to the Zoological Society of Florida made in the name of its Cheetah Outreach program. Additionally, 40 stuffed cheetahs you had donated for the event valued at $1500 are tax deductible for the full amount.
These were very special events and because of your
contribution, our profits from these two events were
fantastic largely in part to the Rare Species Fund's donated
activities. Proceeds from this event will go towards the
following programs to help save the fastest land mammal on
- Hands-on school education programs
- Hosting of teacher workshops
- International teacher fellowships providing skill and capacity-building of teachers from previously disadvantaged communities.
- Development and distribution of curriculum linked resources using the cheetah as a learning tool
- Training of ambassadors for in-situ conservation efforts
Should you have any questions regarding Cheetah Outreach in the future, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you again!
CCF-Cheetah Outreach Trust
I want to write personally to thank you for your very generous donation in support of our conservation initiatives. We are most deeply indebted to all who support our work especially at a time when wildlife, and particularly the elephants, are facing so many challenges and need all the help they can muster.
Currently we have 16 infant elephants remaining in our Nairobi Nursery, having moved some of our older orphanes.....Click here to read entire letter
Dr. Dame Daphne Sheldrick