Rhino Coin Bank helps raise funds for Wildlife ACT
Prima Toys and Wildlife ACT have once again come together in support of one of South Africa’s most iconic and endangered wild creatures – the Rhino.
The two conservation-minded organisations have worked together in the past to raise funds to help feed and care for baby rhinos, who have been orphaned as a result of prolific poaching.
To continue with the cause, Prima Toys has once again launched Rhino Coin Banks into South African toy retailers. These are adorable soft toy rhino ‘piggy banks’, with plastic interior and a removable stopper to hold cash and coins inside its belly. They are available for purchase in all leading toy specialist and supermarket stores for R199.99.
For every purchase, Prima Toys will donate R10 to Wildlife ACT, who facilitates the funding of various organisations that care for and feed baby orphaned rhinos until they are old enough to be released back into the wild.
“The Rhinoceros is an endangered species and through the Rhino Coin Bank campaign we hope to raise awareness amongst younger generations,” says Chiquita Patrizi of Prima Toys.
More about WildLife ACT
Wildlife ACT is a registered non-profit organisation staffed by conservationists dedicated to preserving endangered wildlife within South Africa. The funds will be used to help sponsor the teams that are sent out to find and rescue the orphaned rhinos in the wild, the formula (milk) and feed needed to sustain the baby rhinos, and the upgrade of security at the bomas where these orphans are held.
Rhino Coin Banks are available at Spar, Hamley’s, Checkers, Pick n Pay, Toyzone, Game and Spar for R199.99 of which R10 will be donated to WildLife ACT.
We are giving away 15 Rhino Coin Banks, worth R200 each. To enter, simply fill in the form below. Entries close 16 April 2018.
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