Tusk is extremely grateful to all our sponsors, performers, donors, guests and volunteers that made yesterday’s Tusk Ball at Camden’s Roundhouse such an incredible success. We are thrilled to announce that the event raised approximately £450,000 for our conservation projects in Africa, which we will aim to distribute in grants before the end of the year.
Together with Exceptional Travel, we are pioneering long-term conservation travel, a sustainable way to support the protection of nature, wildlife, and local communities. Known as "The Land of a Thousand Hills", Rwanda is famous for its magnificent mountain gorillas in the forests of Volcanoes National Park. Home to one-third of the world’s remaining mountain gorilla population in the North West, Rwanda's lesser known lake side savannahs in the East and primate rich forests in the South West makes for a multi layered safari experience, unique to Rwanda.
Today Tusk's Royal Patron, The Duke of Cambridge, met artists from the Tusk Rhino Trail at an event held in Kensington Palace Gardens.