Lawrence Anthony’s Thula Thula

Lara and I had the privilege of visiting Lawrence Anthony’s precious Thula Thula to take an “up close and personal” look at what we will be assisting with in the form of funds from our London gala evening on 27th September.

The experience was breath taking and a moment that we will never forget. What this wonderful man did for nature and our country, is an inspiration to all of us. To begin and grow a rhino sanctuary is what we will be part of to save the orphaned rhino’s from poaching and a sure death.

Amongst our list of projects which we will be helping with, we plan to assist the local communities around the reserve with education on poaching, assisting with local projects and helping our people grow in the protection of our heritage and animals.

Thank you Lawrence for paving the way to better the communities in protecting our animals.

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