Time to party for the elephants in Borneo

An Enchanted Forest Party is being organised to support the rainforests and wildlife of Borneo. Money raised will go directly to feeding and relocating injured, orphaned and displaced elephants.

Created by the Borneo Wildlife Preservation, the Enchanted Forest Party is an opportunity to come together and have some fun while raising money for an important cause. The goal is to raise €50,000 for the Borneo Elephant Sanctuary, which will provide food and a safe haven for orphaned, displaced and injured elephants currently in captivity in Saba and provide a gateway for translocating wild elephants into the Lower Kinabatangan Reserve.

The party will include food, drinks and entertainment by musical duo Pacha & Pote. There will also be a signing by French photographer Jean-Charles Vinaj for this book titled ‘Live Together’, with wildlife photos from around the world aimed at encouraging humans and animals to live in harmony.

The Enchanted Wildlife Party will take place on 3rd May at 7pm at Stars n’ Bars in Monaco. Proceeds will facilitate the completion of a new sanctuary, food and supplies for orphaned, displaced and injured elephants, and the reforestation of wild elephant migration routes decimated by palm oil cultivation in Sabah, Borneo.

Tickets can be purchased at https://www.weezevent.com/enchanted-forest-party

If you can not attend, you can donate to the silent auction at weneedyou@borneowp.org

Or gift a donation:  https://secure.etransfer.com/BorneoWildlife/donate.cfm

Future events will raise funds to purchase and replant rainforest migration routes, providing food and medical supplies for injured elephants and seek sponsorship for education field trips for local schools to help the next generation learn about the importance of wildlife conservation.

And here’s another motivation to buy your ticket, if you needed one: all Enchanted Forest Party attendees will receive a complimentary one year premium subscription to Monaco Life

See more: Up close with Monaco Life: Katerina Pirelli, Borneo Wildlife Preservation

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