Friends of the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust
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Become a Friend
Friends of the ORCT are there to provide a support-base to the fundraising and operational initiatives of the ORCT. They are there to assist with drawing in extra funding, through their own corporate or personal networks, through, for example, drawing new members and donors by hosting donor dinners. They may also contribute by providing expertise, skills and resources to assist the ORCT with its mission. By way of example, a Friend may have access to certain services, such as printing, designing, legal expertise, writing, marketing, translating, management expertise, etc. and thus makes a contribution towards the ORCT by providing these services. The Friends can also make financial contributions to the ORCT, but this is not a prerequisite. Unless they wish to remain anonymous, these Friends are acknowledged on the ORCT’s website. They also receive a copy of the ORCT’s annual report.
Thank you for being one of the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust’s friends
Gunners Restaurant: providing incredible, fresh, quality food for ORCT board meetings, workshops and events, at greatly reduced prices and always with a smile.
Notes from a Cape Town Botanist: For assisting the ORCT with beautifully written blog posts.
Fauna & Flora International: for fundraising through FFI and consistent support and encouragement since our inception.
LoveGreen Communications: For our beautiful website and the upkeep of social media and media management, at reduced rates. For being the most efficient, timeous and enjoyable team to work with.
National Wildlife Refuge Association: for his fundraising support, constant encouragement and advice since the inception of the ORCT. For believing in us!
Black Harrier project: for spreading the word about the importance of renosterveld conservation and for raising funds towards our Renosterveld Centre through his network of Black Harrier supporters. Thank you, Rob, for looking after one of the rarest and most charismatic birds that lives in the Fynbos biome.
JOIN THE ORCT FRIENDS
To join or to find out more about the ORCT Friends please contact Odette on +27 (0) 83 551 3341 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.