Raising money for the Londolozi Ant-Poaching Unit
Hylton Royden-Turner, a Grade 7 pupil from Cordwalles Preparatory School, raised R10 000.00 for the Londolozi Anti Poaching Unit. Hylton’s passion for the bush and photography inspired him, through a personal initiative, to raise this substantial amount which he handed over to Chris Kane-Berman, General Manager of Londolozi. The Anti Poaching Unit at Londolozi were extremely grateful for the donation and used the money to purchase new night vision goggles, which will further assist them in their anti-poaching efforts. Hylton is very thankful and grateful to all his sponsors for their generous donations.