We celebrate the wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton but it is sobering to consider the event cost £52 and a half million. Here, we consider what we could have spent that money on including undercover investigations, new technology and meeting enforcement needs in the Global Tiger Recovery Programme.
Last Thursday saw the culmination of months of work, events invariably incur high levels of stress in the lead up; Will everyone turn up? How will the auction go? And the big question, will we raise enough money to have made all the effort worthwhile?
Do any of you remembers EIA’s awarding winning TV series “Animal Detectives” which was first shown on the UK ITV network way back in 1995 and subsequently repeated on numerous cable channels since?
Thank-you to you! None of our work would be possible without support from people like you. We are a small organisation but a lean one and many of you have been fundraising for us this year in all shapes and forms
For as long as I remember, I’ve been captivated by wildlife and have wanted to probe the reasons behind the wanton destruction of the natural world. In the midst of writing – battling it out with Kant and Hegel – I had a bit of crisis, a need to put down the books and do something hands-on.
Our Fundraising team is always hard at work at HQ to ensure enough funding is secured to keep the cogs of EIA turning and enable our campaigners to carry out their vital work. Some of the current things on their agenda include the elephant appeal and the opening of a season of several tiger fundraising events.