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OMG (One More Generation)

The folks at the Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Center have a 54-hector parcel of land where for the past 40-years they have been helping ensure the survival of Cheetah's (including the rare King Cheetah), African Wild Dogs and many more species. The Centre was established in South Africa in 1971, in the past known as the De Wildt Cheetah Centre it has recently been changed to The Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre as a tribute to the woman who has devoted her life to the survival of the cheetah species. Mission To ensure the long term survival of the Cheetah, African Wild Dog and other wild animals in general. Aims To breed rare and endangered species (which includes the cheetah and African wild dog). To support scientific investigations into all aspects of these species. To promote public awareness - particularly amongst the younger generation - of the pressing need for wildlife preservation: to afford visitors to the Centre of the opportunity of viewing endangered species such as the cheetah and African wild dog, in natural surroundings and at close quarters. To continue to play a role in conservation biology by helping to maintain adequate gene pools of rare and endangered species. To generate income to support existing and future breeding projects at the Centre. Where feasible, to re-establish endangered wildlife species into areas where they once occurred naturally. Today the Centre can look back with satisfaction on a job well done in ensuring the survival of Acinonyx jubatus - the cheetah, successfully breeding the king cheetah in captivity for the first time in the world. While the cheetah breeding project was the base from which Ann launched her conservation ethic, it soon widened to include other endangered animal species, such as the African wild dog, brown hyaena, servals, suni antelope, and riverine rabbits. Many of these projects such as the suni antelope and riverine rabbits once successfully running have been handed over to other institutions to continue with. more

Goal: $1200 | Raised: $0 | Remaining: $1200
Status: Active


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Goal: $5000000 | Raised: $0 | Remaining: $5000000
Status: Active

Operation Hydration Station

We are hoping that by selling these anti-bottles, we can eliminate single-use water bottles from our builing. We will use the proceeds from these bottles to purchase not only the bottle filling spigots for our school, but also to restore our outdoor courtyard. If the bottles are a hit, we hope that other schools in our district will join our efforts. These VAPUR water bottles are BPA-free, dishwasher safe, come in many different colors, can be rolled up to be stored in your pocket, schoolbag, or purse, and have a carabiner attached to them so you can clip them anywhere youd like. There is a place on the back to write your name with a permanent marker, so they are easily identifiable as well. They also come with a special bookmark unique to ISD 197s LiveGreen initiatives. Feel free to share this with your friends and family. The bottles will be for sale in the school store at Heritage Middle School for $10.00. If you already have a reusable water bottle but would like to help our cause, there is a place on our website where you can donate money instead. Thanks for your support!
The LiveGreen Club
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Goal: $2000 | Raised: $1170 | Remaining: $830
Status: Active

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