Helping Rhinos Auction

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Shockingly there are less than 28,000 rhinos surviving in the wild today.

We must not leave their future to chance.

Helping Rhinos works with local communities and partner NGOs to:

         Rescue – support the life-saving work of rhino orphanages and counter the threat of poaching by providing increased and effective security to rhino habitats.

         Protect – establish specially designated Wildlife Conservation Sites to secure the long-term conservation and protection of the rhino and other endangered wildlife.

         Educate – develop educational programmes that stigmatises the use of rhino horn and promotes wildlife conservation as an imperative for the planet and its precious ecosystems.

        Friends and supporters of Helping Rhinos have kindly donated these amazing auction items and we hope you will place a bid in support of our work.

        For more information visit www.helpingrhinos.org 

        Email:   rhino@helpingrhinos.org  Tel: 07912 346 223


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Safari for Two at Thula Thula Game Reserve
£ 1,000
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"Romeo” Original by Layla Andrews
£ 2,500
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‘Rhino’ Original by Tom Middleton
£ 310
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‘Pink Elephant’ by Tori Ratcliffe
£ 80
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'Hugs' Signed Print by Simon King OBE
£ 250
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'Serengeti Prince' - Rare LE Print by Alan M Hunt
£ 55
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‘White Rhino’ by Debbie Lias
£ 1,700
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2 nights at Ol Pejeta Conservancy for up 12 people
£ 250
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'Cheetah in the Masai Mara' by David Shepherd OBE
£ 85
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‘Leopard’ by Tori Ratcliffe
£ 225
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‘White Rhino Pair’ sepia photo by Trish Liggett
£ 300
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'Homeward Bound' by Sarah Elder
£ 900
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Silver Bowl Hallmarked by Tessiers Ltd 1976
£ 55
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Phil Liggett Endorsed Cycle Jersey
£ 320
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‘Kicking up the Dust’ by Lucy Swinburne
£ 600
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‘Black Rhino Mud Bath’ original by Mary Fowlds
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