SMS the word ‘OIAM' to 38448 to donate R10 towards One In A Million
This Blue Sky Society Trust ‘One in a Million’ campaign is the latest initiative to help wildlife conservation in Africa.
We will be collecting generous donations from one million people worldwide as a further call to action against wildlife poaching through various online marketing campaigns lead by The Blue Sky Society Trust.
My aim is to get one Million people worldwide to hold hands and show they care about our wildlife by donating a minimum of R10. By donating to the project you become part of the ever growing ‘One in a Million’ generation. The will for change is out there, and we just need to take the opportunity to the people.
Throughout the year we will embark on various Online & Social Media campaigns to raise funds.
We need your HELP and involvement in order for this worthwhile campaign to be a success; it requires the global support of schools, corporates and individuals worldwide.
It all starts with ONE individual……ONE school…….ONE corporate
WAYS YOU CAN HELP
Donate R10, Register your School or Company as a fundraiser OR raise money as an individual through sport.
We welcome individuals keen to participate in our current project, or to help the Blue Sky Society make connections with valuable industry contacts or corporates looking for worthy causes. There is always a way you can help – join the Blue Sky Society and start changing the world!
*Make a donation today
*Raise money as an individual for a sporting event – sign up as an ‘activist’ on our givengain page.
*Run, Swim, Cycle, Climb, Paint or do anything to help raise money for One in a Million
JOIN OUR TEAM:
Even if you’re not in a position to contribute funds, please share this page and spread the word with your friends and ask them to do the same with theirs….SHOUT it from the rooftops…. let everyone know that you do not stand for animal abuse, and like us, you will no longer stand idly by as these horrific stories continue to mount. Together we CAN make a difference.
We won’t stop until the people responsible for poaching are caught and educated, and we will continue to fight for the protection and advocacy of animals in Southern Africa.