Welcome to CROW
Founded 35 years ago, CROW (Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife) was one of South Africa’s first dedicated wildlife rehabilitation centres. Today, CROW is still KwaZulu-Natal’s only registered wildlife rehabilitation centre dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of all indigenous wildlife found in KwaZulu-Natal.
Keep Calm… its Ladies Night!
CROW is thrilled to announce that it will be the official charity beneficiary of the upcoming Ladies Night spectacular that is taking place at the Lifestyle Design Centre in Durban on Thursday the 6th August 2015.
Hosted by Damon Beard, this not-to-be-missed event will feature the talented team from Man International and their latest award winning show.
Tickets are R260 per person and include light refreshments, a ladies gift, entertainment and a DJ & dancing ‘til midnight. (Group booking discounts are also available).
For full event details, please click here.
For bookings and enquiries, please contact Paul on 031-4621127 or at email@example.com. All proceeds raised on the evening will be donated to CROW so please do come along and show your support!
CROW Celebrates its 35th Anniversary in Style!
Over 270 guests attended CROW’s 35th Anniversary Gala Dinner at the Elangeni Hotel on Thursday evening, the 25th June 2015. Thanks to the support of title sponsors, Grindrod Bank and The Leigh Group, the black tie event served to commemorate CROW’s 35 years of dedicated service to KZN’s wildlife. An incredible R212 000 was also raised for CROW’s ongoing work on the evening through an auction conducted by Ian Wyles of Ian Wyles Auctioneers and the sale of mystery envelope prizes.
In addition to welcome drinks and a delicious 3 course dinner, guests were treated to performances by some of Durban’s top entertainers, including Marion Loudon & Lisa Bobbert of The Glitter Girls, Beat-Route Jazz Band and the Vuka Drummers. The event’s décor was proudly sponsored by Lemontree Concepts, while the evening’s programme was overseen by Nadine Oberholzer of Lèventus.
TV Presenter, Camilla Hartmann was the MC for the evening, while Craig McIntosh delivered a heartfelt key note address that highlighted the increasing need for CROW’s wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and release services. Courtesy of the Earth Touch News Network, a moving tribute video also highlighted the many activities that make up CROW’s daily work. (To view the Earth Touch News Network Tribute Video, please click here.)
On behalf of its past, present and future wildlife patients, the CROW team would like to thank all its sponsors, event production team and guests for their incredible support at this memorable event. For a full list of all our generous event sponsors, please click here. To view CROW’s “All of Me” Thank You video to its main event sponsors, please click here.
CROW’s July 2015 Wildlife Warrior Holiday Club
Back by popular demand, CROW will once again be holding its Wildlife Warriors Holiday Club in the winter 2015 school holidays. This fun-filled, educational experience is specially designed for children aged between 7-12 years and costs a very reasonable, R100 per day, per child. (Or take advantage of our special weekly rate of R450) The club will be running every week day from the 29th June to the 17th July 2015. For more information please Click Here.
Two of our young servals, Sabrina & Salem, are once again roaming free following their recent release at Pakamisa Private Game Reserve.
To read more about this happy story, click here.
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