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Surfin' Safari Boat Party - Thursday 11 October 2007
Come and join us for Save the Rhino's first ever boat party - Surfin' Safari.
The four-floored Dutch Master will be surfing the Thames rhino style! So put on your dancing hooves and get ready to shake to the sublime West Coast grooves of the Bikini Beach Band (“London Kings of Surf Noir” NME), plus some totally tubular DJs (TBC). There’ll be fun and games on board as well as your chance to win some great prizes in our rhino raffle.
7pm – 11pm
credit: Renaud Fulconis
Ticket includes two FREE glasses of wine
Surf style fancy dress optional!
Keep your eye on the website for further details...
ING New York City Marathon - Sunday 4 November 2007
We still have places!.......New York is the ultimate marathon. Running through the five boroughs and then hearing the cheers as you enter Manhattan will be a memory to cherish for a lifetime! Then treat yourself to some shopping afterwards.
If you fundraise three times your costs, you go for free.....
Save the Rhino can still obtain a few places for a speedy few.... If you would like to join the infamous team, then see our website for further details, alternatively call Zoe on +44 (0)207 357 7474 or email email@example.com
Rhino costumes are allocated on a first-come first-served basis and attract a lot of attention in New York!
Flora London Marathon - Sunday 13 April 2008
Entry is now open for the 2008 Flora London Marathon!
If you want to run for Save the Rhino you can apply for a place in the ballot by picking up a copy of Marathon News magazine in sports shops across the country. Or if you want to secure your place now you can apply for one of our guaranteed Gold Bond places by downloading an application form here. And if you want an extra challenge why not apply for one of our infamous rhino costumes?
Climb Kilimanjaro with Save the Rhino and help us save a species with your money.
Most people at some point have considered conquering Kilimanjaro, the world's highest free-standing mountain. Are you one of these? If so then grab your hiking boots and sign up for Rhino Climb Kilimanjaro. What’s unique about climbing with the Rhino team? The once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to track rhinos on foot in the Chyulu Hills, giving you an insight into how your hard-earned money will be spent.
Have you already Climbed Kilimanjaro? Or perhaps you fancy a beautiful fulfilling challenge but have less holiday to take? Rhino Climb Mt Kenya might be the answer...
Save the Rhino has teamed up with Rift Valley Adventures to offer an 11-day challenge combining the Mt Kenya challenge and visiting some of Laikipia’s projects such as LWF’s Environmental Education programme Bus and Community Conservation initiatives. You will also have the chance to see rhino, elephant, lion and other wildlife.
Join a Save the Rhino group for a week of trekking in the remote
Himalayan region of Sikkim, North-east India, home to red pandas and unrivalled mountain views. Afterwards visit Kaziranga National Park in Assam, a World Heritage Site, and home to the world's largest population of Indian rhinos, plus tigers, elephants and lot, lots more.
For more information please see the website or email Neil
Save the date........
Comedy Night - Monday 21 Jan 2008
For further event information on any of these events, call Zoe on + 44 (0) 20 7357 7474
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