Help Stop Slash and Burn Farming in the Congo

Aug 9, 2010

Thank You from The Okapi Conservation Project!


Dear Friends of The Okapi Conservation Project,

We are excited to tell you that, thanks to your generous donation, we were able to reach our fundraising goal for the Global Giving Green Challenge!! We raised an impressive sum to "Stop Slash and Burn Farming in the Congo" through the Okapi Conservation Project's agroforestry program.

Since we had such a great response, we have been invited to have a permanent spot on the Global Giving website. This means more exposure and increased fundraising opportunities for The Okapi Conservation Project.

Each and every donor was crucial to meeting this goal. We are incredibly thankful that you have given your support to our project. We will continue to update you on our program successes. Please do not hesitate to contact us at any point if you would like more information about The Okapi Conservation Project.


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John Lukas

Jacksonville, Florida United States

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