April 22 @ 5:00-8:00pm
for Sundowner in the Desert Palm Springs
There will be wine and appetizers with a silent auction and animal fashions by Jordan Art Couture, as well as a cheetah presentation with Dr. Marker and Ambassador cheetah "Jazz" from Cat Haven.
Cost: $125 per ticket
For more information and to purchase tickets go to cheetah.org.
Saturday, May 20 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Enjoy an afternoon with a live cheetah and award-winning conservationist Brian Badger, Special Guest Cheetah and Celebrity to be announced.
This celebration is a benefit to save the wild cheetah.
Meet Brian Badger | Take a photo with an ambassador cheetah | Participate in a silent auction | Enjoy delicious hor d’oeuvres and drinks
$150.00 – Adult Ticket
$50.00 – Child Ticket – 13 and under
$50.00 – Exclusive Photo with the Cheetah, up to 4 people per photo (this is in addition to ticket price), additional copies of the photo will be available at additional cost
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With only 50-70 Asiatic cheetahs left in the wild, the Conservation UK shared a couple articles about what could be done to saved them from extinction -- Read more...
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Feedback from talks done by CCF So Cal:
I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed your talk at GCC on Monday -- it was surprisingly not-so-depressing. As a biology teacher who teaches a little of the human impact stuff every semester, I thought you did a really nice job of presenting some very positive things, while at the same time explaining the gravity of the situation. Thanks so much for coming, and please keep up the great work.
-- Rob Mauk, Glendale Community College
I figured at least 100 people attended your presentation. It was so well received; your passion and your work affects people so strongly - cheetahs are lucky to have you as an advocate - and us humans as well!
-- Hale Anderson, Glendale Community College