Sponsors and donors
The SANParks Honorary Rangers would not be able to contribute to the cause of nature conservation in our national parks without the support of sponsors and donors. Please see a list with some of our sponsors and donors. Only contributions above R 20 000 are acknowledged on this page, smaller donations will be acknowledged on the regional pages.
Unitrans VW and Audi is a major counter poaching supporter through their "Unite against poaching" campaign which donates an amount of money to the counter poaching cause per vehicle sold. The aim is to contribute more than five million rand in the first year.
Ctrack donated R 90 000 towards the SANParks Honorary Rangers counter poaching effort. This money was raised during a golf day held on Friday 25 November 2011 at the Centurion Golf Course.
SASOL is a major birding sponsor, contributing over R 400 000 per annum to various birding events held in many of our national parks.
Both Eskort Limited and Hollard Insurance Company Limited are proud supporters of the Honorary Rangers bush camps. They have each made a generous donation of R30 000 towards bush camp infrastructure development.
Nampak is a major donor driving the process of recycling of waste in Kruger National Park. The project to sort and recycle all waste products started in Skukuza and is now being rolled out to the entire Southern section of Kruger National Park. To date Nampak has contributed some 1.45 million rand to this project.
West Rand Region:
KNP Birding 2011
The West Rand Region of the Honorary Rangers thanks SASOL, our core sponsor, for their continued support given us for the KNP Birding 2011 event. In addition, we wish to thank all of our other loyal sponsors for their confidence and product in helping to make this an exciting event. We thank you, our valued guests, too, for your support through your participation.
The Addo region wishes to express our sincere appreciation towards PPC Cement (Pty) Ltd, for their continual support in assisting the SANParks Honorary Rangers in completing major projects within Addo Elephant National Park. These projects included the erection of the new main gate and the lapa over the past 3 years, which has ensured that Addo Elephant National Park becomes a destination of choice in the Eastern Cape. To date over R500 000.00 has been donated.