Edition 32: Autumn 2005
Save the Rhino is looking for volunteers ready to climb into one of their distinctive rhino costumes to raise money to fund their African conservation and education programmes.
People regularly run the London and New York marathons dressed as
rhinos (the charity reserves 50 places in the London marathon, ten of
which are for costumed participants). Others have crossed the Sahara
desert. Save the Rhino’s co-founders, David Stirling and Johnny
Roberts, have walked from Mombasa to the top of Kilimanjaro in costume.
If you would like to try a novel way to raise money for rhinos contact
the UK office on 020 7357 7474: they are always open to ideas.