ANNIC IS READY TO RUN FOR WILDLIFE! — Wild Tomorrow Fund
Whereas learning communications and enterprise administration at school, Annic developed a ardour for philanthropy, and commenced working for not-for-profit associations in Madagascar. Quick ahead to 2013, Annic packed her luggage and moved to the Large Apple, New York Metropolis. She joined Wild Tomorrow Fund this March as our workplace and undertaking administrator. This 12 months will probably be her first marathon, operating for the wildlife she cares deeply about. Annic significantly loves her nation’s very particular sifaka (all of that are threatened or endangered), and likewise the unimaginable baobab bushes.
As a community-level accomplice, Wild Tomorrow Fund’s “Workforce Elephant” runners should every increase $3,000 to assist us defend wildlife and wild locations in southern Africa. Funds raised will assist us to save lots of and restore our wildlife hall in South Africa, which can develop and reconnect wild house for elephants, rhinos, leopards, lions and different threatened species together with dwarf chameleons, valuable orchids and different ‘little issues’ that every one matter within the complicated internet of interconnected life.
“This 12 months, I made a decision to problem myself and I’m dedicating my run to a trigger that’s vital to me,” says Annic on her private fundraising web page. “Rising up in Madagascar, I’ve cultivated a love of wildlife and animals but additionally witnessed the challenges of biodiversity and habitat loss regionally primarily from wildfires and looking. Up to now years, I’ve actively sought methods to grow to be extra immediately concerned in advocating for our planet and its inhabitants. I’ve been personally impressed with the deep impression Wild Tomorrow Fund has had in Africa.”
“Folks typically ask me why do I run?” mentioned Annic. “I run for the love of operating! I cherish the ‘ME’ time whereas I’m operating, I benefit from the music and the beat, the view, and I get to admire the attractive surroundings.”