€1,155.00raised of €1,700.00 goal
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I interrupt this broadcast to bring you some important news:
Transfrontier Africa needs your help.
Everyone who visited Transfrontier Africa or elsewhere in Africa in the last years will surely agree with me: TA, Olifants West, and Africa's natural wonders are special and I'm 100% sure it has changed your life for the better and opened up your mind. I think I speak for all visitors that we still remember the mad staff, scary beasties and "rustic" living conditions. We are always thinking about when to return, but first, we need to help our beloved nature organisation.
Truth be told, TA struggled during lockdown, without the volunteers. Despite the COVID restrictions, TA staff are still managing ecological and wildlife issues on the landscape with plenty of research programs. Especially the community outreach programs are now more important than ever.
Please, support the people who have been working nonstop during the lockdown. They cannot simply pause the work they're doing or work from home. Nature conservation does not stop and the least we can do is to cheer them on and keep supporting them, no matter how big or small.
One of my most memorable animal encounterUpdate posted by Nick Bernardus Johannes Petrus van Doormaal at 12:06 pm
Amazing to see we are almost halfway with the campaign! Thank you so much to everyone who supported Transfrontier Africa! I'm sure everyone who has visited TA or elsewhere in Africa has a cool animal encounter. Mine happened about 3 years ago while piloting a study together with Paul.In the. . . . .
Elephants at NonwaneUpdate posted by Nick Bernardus Johannes Petrus van Doormaal at 07:51 am
Whenever I visited TA and Olifants West, I pretty much always stayed at 'Nonwane'. For the ones who do not know: Nonwane is the research facility of Transfrontier Africa. Most visiting researchers or master students stay there to carry out their work and studies. I always enjoyed staying at Nonwane;. . . . .
First donations are in!Update posted by Nick Bernardus Johannes Petrus van Doormaal at 03:10 pm
Yes! The first donations for Transfrontier Africa are in! Thank you so much to everyone who donated! If you haven't, now is your chance to do so!Today, Facebook reminded me that it has been 8 years since I first visited Africa. It was my first time seeing wild animals in. . . . .
First day of fundraising on GetGetFundingUpdate posted by Nick Bernardus Johannes Petrus van Doormaal at 08:31 pm
My birthday is coming up and I decided to put the spotlight on my favourite nature conservation organisation: Transfrontier Africa. I've been extremely lucky and grateful to have been working with the team for the last five years or so. In an attempt to show my appreciation for them, I've. . . . .