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+26 0211 259871

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Plot 2374 Leopards Hill Road,

The Village, Lusaka, Zambia

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info@gamerangersinternational.org

EVENTS 

Every year, GRI hosts a number of events in and around Lusaka to raise funds and awareness for wildlife conservation. We are also incredibly fortunate to benefit from a huge variety of fundraising events hosted by so many of our generous supporters around the world.

 

Get involved - participate in a fundraising event, provide prizes or sponsorship, organise a function, or contact us to find out how you can join our Events Committee. 

END OF IVORY - THE ART OF SURVIVAL

David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) is delighted to bring a new world class art exhibition to Los Angeles this October. ‘End of Ivory‘ The Art of Survival exhibition is a powerfully curated 3 day show featuring thought-provoking work that celebrates elephants as sentient beings but also highlights their desperate plight today.⁣

Drawing on DSWF’s rich art and conservation heritage, we are honoured to partner with our dedicated and internationally renowned Wildlife Art Ambassadors – Emily Lamb, Mandy Shepherd, David FilerJames Kydd and Simon Max Bannister – whose mission is to raise awareness and funds to save endangered species through highly visual and emotive media.⁣  Provocative paintings, sculptures and photographs created by our Art Ambassadors will be on display and available for sale at Christie’s Los Angeles from Wednesday 23 to Friday 25 October 2019, with a percentage of all sales going directly to DSWF to fund key conservation work! ⁣

THE ELEPHANT BALL

Join us for an elegant evening of dinner and dancing as we celebrate Game Rangers International's conservation successes at our annual Elephant Ball! 

THE ELEPHANT EPIC

The Elephant Epic is an annual mountain bike race from Lusaka to the Lower Zambezi, which aims to raise funds for wildlife conservation. The race follows a rugged and beautiful route from Lusaka to the Lower Zambezi down the escarpment, covering a distance of approximately 75 km. Long enough to be a challenge, yet short enough to attract riders of wide ranging abilities, the route showcases the remote and beautiful Zambian scenery.