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A Once in A Lifetime Chance to Win a 12 Day Safari in Kenya! Tusk and Aardvark Safaris are pleased to announce a once in a lifetime chance to win a twelve-day high end Kenyan Safari. The trip will combine a luxurious big game safari, cultural interaction and an opportunity to visit various Tusk funded conservation programs.
Doors Open: 5.30 pm
Lecture: 7.00 pm
|Where:||Cadogan Hall, Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ|
The Duke of Cambridge attended the 2014 Tusk Conservation Awards at Claridge’s in London this evening. As patron of Tusk, Prince William presented awards to two leading conservationists for their outstanding work in Africa.
|Where:||Claridge's, London W1|
Love Brand & Co. kindly hosted this year's Young Tusk event. Christmas drinks for Tusk was a great success raising just under £4,000! Guests enjoyed drinks provided by Opihr and took part in a raffle to win prizes kindly donated by Annabel's, Chiltern Firehouse, L'Oreal, the London Beer Factory and many more. Martin Aveling's exhibition, 'Trunk Call', also captivated the guests with extraordinary artwork. CEO of Tusk, Charlie Mayhew, gave a speech highlighting the work of Tusk in combating the current poaching crisis. An after party at Raffles was the perfect end to a successful fundraising evening!
|Where:||Love Brand & Co., 5 Park Walk|
Following on the success of last year's fundraising efforts, Tusk has once again been allocated 10 spaces in the 2014 New York City Marathon to take place on November 2nd.
|Where:||New York City|
An evening with Chris Packham, conservationist, ecologist, presenter and wildlife photographer in aid of the AfriCat Foundation, Namibia. The Director and other members of the AfriCat team will be present to answer questions.
|Where:||The Royal Geographical Society in Kensington, London|
On Wednesday 8th October, Tusk celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Tusk American Express Conservation Lecture. The talk, given by Peter Knights of WildAid, has been hailed as one of the best lectures that Tusk has hosted.
|Where:||Royal Geographical Society, London|