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£255
Slainte Scotland The Kiltwalk
Slainte Scotland
£255
The Kiltwalk
Slainte Scotland
Slainte Scotland

Slainte Scotland's page has now expired

380 days ago, Slainte Scotland created this page in support of The Kiltwalk.

During this time, 1 member of Slainte Scotland gave everything:

  • Shared their page with everyone they could.

  • Received 14 donations from generous family and friends.

  • Raised £255.

Our Story

We are a very passionate Scottish Tour company bragging and displaying Scotland at its finest.

We love to share Scottish history and scenery and proudly take on the part of ambassador.

We have a link to South Africa and have been supporting and promoting Daktari Bushschool and Animal Orphanage for a long time.

We will be supporting Daktari Bushschool and Animal Orphanage with the monies raised.

Our dear Sasha will be joining us on the 23m trek.

We have been supporting Daktari for many years by sponsoring their website, web support and hosting.

It would be great to now try and raise some money for this amazing cause.

Daktari are an animal orphanage and a bush school. They save and rehabiliate animals to re-release into the wild and also teach children (usually from empoverished backgrounds) the importance of conservation and nature.

Education is at the heart of conservation at Daktari. If poeple grow up understanding and respecting nature they will grow up looking after it.

We too believe that education is at the heart of solving so many problems in the world, that is one reason I support Daktari.

Please visit Daktari for more information:
http://daktaribushschool.org/

Please visit our group site at:
http://slaintescotland.com/

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