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Suni-Ridge Sand Forest Park, Environmental Rehabilitation Centre

Org #68074
Vetted since 2019 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Project of the Month
2001
year founded
$32,033
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
3
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The sole or principal objective of Suni-Ridge Environmental Rehabilitation Centre shall be to engage in or promote nature conservation and animal protection activities, the activities of which are wholly or mainly directed to the furtherance of its sole or principal objective

Project Leaders
Janet cuthbertson
Janet cuthbertson
Susan Cuthbertson
Susan Cuthbertson
Team
Janet A Cuthbertson, Susan Cuthbertson L Cuthbertson
Organization Information
Lot H122 P.O Box 159 Hluhluwe 3690
Hlabisa
Hluhluwe, 3960
South Africa
(27) 0783461726
Organization Information
Lot H122 P.O Box 159 Hluhluwe 3690
Hlabisa
Hluhluwe, 3960
South Africa
(27) 0783461726

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Year end fun for our special dance group

By Janet Anne Cuthbertson | Project leader

We were filled with fun and joy to share a lovely year-end party with our very special dance group - our Young Environmental Ambassador Zulu Dancers! Although we take them meals, this Sunday we... Read the full report ›

At last! A new fence and wildlife stay safe.

By Janet Anne Cuthbertson | Project leader

We are critically aware of the danger our wildlife faces during the festive season. There are extraordinary threats due to poachers trying to obtain illegal supplies of wild animal meat during the... Read the full report ›

Zebra treated for injury. Thank you!

By Janet Anne Cuthbertson | Project leader

Recently to our dismay, we noticed that our precious Zebra "Stripy" or Dubie as we call her ( Zulu name for zebra) was injured. She had unfortunately been gored by a wildebeest and urgently needed... Read the full report ›
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