'Do More For Africa' - Tusk and Avios Launch Exciting Competition - Your Chance to Visit a Tusk Project!

Posted: Jun 16

Katherine Jenkins‘Do More for Africa’ is an initiative between Avios and Tusk offering the opportunity for three lucky Britons to win a two-week volunteer stay at one of three projects in Southern Africa, focusing on conservation, community support and education.

Winners of the Do More for Africa competition will receive a placement at one of three Tusk-supported projects in southern Africa: The Vulture Conservation Project in South Africa, Mokolodi Education Centre and Nature Reserve, Botswana, and Nakavango Conservation Programme, Zimbabwe.

We are delighted that Katherine Jenkins, singer/songwriter and Tusk Patron has very kindly leant her support to the competition. Katherine brings firsthand experience of the difference volunteering can make, having visited South Africa last year where she saw conservation volunteers working tirelessly to protect the iconic wildlife and improve education opportunities.

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All flights and related costs are covered by Avios and each winner will also enjoy two nights’ accommodation at the 5 Star Mantis Collection Monarch Hotel in Johannesburg, as well as receiving a GoPro to document their experiences and an invitation to the 2018 Tusk Conservation Awards in London.

‘Do More for Africa’ entrants are asked to submit a video or paragraph with photos expressing why they’d like to get involved with one of the three life-changing projects.

We’re looking for entries that show your personality, how you ‘give back’ to others in your life and specific reasons why you deserve this volunteering experience of a lifetime. Entries will also need to demonstrate your ability to be helpful, passionate, empower and protect in line with Tusk and Avios’ brand values.

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Go to www.avios.com/forafrica to enter!
Entries close 24 July 2017.  Terms & conditions apply.

 

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