Film and fundraiser for wilderness experience
The Karkloof Conservancy will host a special screening of the film Sisters of the Wilderness at the Karkloof Country Club on Friday, March 8. All are welcome.
Inspired by the late Dr Ian Player, the film, which follows the healing and transformative journey of five young Zulu women in the wilderness, is set in the natural and cultural heritage gem, Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park. It highlights the threat to this valuable wilderness and its wildlife – the rhino, elephant and other species.
Sisters of the Wilderness, the social impact feature-length documentary, which recently won best South African Feature Documentary at the Durban International Film Festival and qualifies for an Oscar consideration, is the foundation for an outreach and audience engagement programme that will use multiple communication platforms to raise awareness, inspire, communicate and engage audiences worldwide.
Wilderness trail experience
The Karkloof Conservancy will be using this event as a fundraiser to send local young women to experience a wilderness trail in Hluhluwe-iMfolozi. Some of those who are featured in the film will be attending on the evening.
Cost: R80 pp if payment is made ahead of the event via EFT. R100 pp if cash payment on the evening.
Any donations towards this cause are encouraged and would be greatly appreciated (both cash and EFT). Use the following banking details:
Name: Karkloof Conservation Centre
Bank: FNB Howick
Branch Code: 220725
Account #: 62045693860
Reference: SOW (Name/Surname)
POP to: email@example.com
Where: Karkloof Country Club
When: Friday, March 8 from 7pm
RSVP essential to secure your spot: firstname.lastname@example.org
NB: The club will not be supplying dinner. It hosts a braai every Friday night, and you are welcome to join in on that. Braai packs are on sale or you can bring your own meat. The bar will be open.