BENEFITING: AMERICAN ASSOCIATON OF ZOO KEEPERS
ORGANIZER: AMERICAN ASSOCIATON OF ZOO KEEPERS
EVENT DATE: Jun 06, 2015
Please join me in support of this great cause that is near and dear to my heart. Not only does Bowling for Rhinos support rhino conservation but a portion of the proceeds also go to support Cheetah Conservation Kenya!
If you can make it out to the alley that night we will not only be celebrating the amazing conservation efforts of AAZK but also celebrating my birthday! If you can't join me in person than celebrate by supporting the event. There is nothing I would love more than for people to support this cause, instead of a card consider donating $5 to my campaign!
See below for info on how to join us bowling!
AMERICAN ASSOCIATON OF ZOO KEEPERS wrote -
Bowling for Rhinos (BFR) is a national bowl-a-thon fundraising event geared to assisting rhino conservation in Kenya and Indonesia. 100% of all funds go directly to in situ conservation projects, conserving 4 species of rhinos, their habitats, and hundreds of other endangered plants and animals AND cheetah conservation in Kenya.
On June 6, 2015, AAZK San Diego will be hosting the 25th annual Bowling for Rhinos event at Kearny Mesa Bowl in Clairemont, San Diego, CA.
Bowling for Rhinos is a fundraiser that began on a small scale in 1990 by the American Association of Zoo Keepers (AAZK). It is now an AAZK-sponsored North American event raising nearly $500,000 annually. AAZK realized that the zoo keepers of the world are extremely conservation oriented and want to help save rhinos and their habitats, yet do not have the financial resources themselves to make any significant impact. That’s when the idea to start a national bowl-a-thon called Bowling For Rhinos emerged.
These fundraisers are organized by AAZK chapter members who are volunteers and donate their time and organizational skills to help raise money to send directly to the places in need. Since all the people involved are volunteers, 100% of all donations are sent directly to these in situ rhino conservation areas!
Everyone is invited to participate and donate to this great cause! Learn more about BFR at www.sdaazk.org!