FIGHTING FOR THE PROTECTION OF ENDANGERED SPECIES
Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation will host an exclusive fundraising Charity Dinner on Thursday 4th October 2018 which aims to raise monies for endangered species in the wild.
With the event taking place at The Landmark London in the heart of the capital, join YWP Foundation for what promises to be an exciting evening that includes a drinks reception and a five-course dinner as well as a silent auction with plenty of fantastic prizes!
The evening will be a wonderful celebration of Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation and the funds raised will significantly improve the quality of life for the most endangered and at-risk animals throughout the world.
A WORTHY CAUSE
Since Yorkshire Wildlife Park rescued 13 lions from a run down zoo in Romania in 2013, this was the catalyst to create the Foundation that has grown rapidly to support countless international projects around the globe.
Supporting projects including the Amur Leopard and Tiger Alliance and The Giraffe Conservation Foundation, Yorkshire Wildlife Park Foundation has also funded two key Save the Rhino schemes improving the safety of threatened rhino’s in Kenya.
The Foundation has also supported conservation projects in Madagascar for blue-eyed black lemurs not to mention being instrumental in a global fight to protect endangered polar bears and most recently the re-homing of four endangered Ussuri brown bears from Japan.
So what are you waiting for? Charity Dinner tickets are now available to buy at £130 per person so click the button below to secure your place!