Ngwenya Rhino & Elephant Fund

• June 8, 2011

A black rhino at Swaziland's Mkhaya Game ReserveThe Ngwenya Rhino Fund is administered by Big Game Parks of Swaziland. It was originally established by Swaziland’s iconic Ngwenya Glass business for the purpose of supporting rhino conservation in Swaziland in 1989.

The fund account was set up to receive donations from a percentage of sales of all Ngwenya Glass products and has been maintained for the specific purpose of receiving donated funds for conservation projects ever since.

Corporate or individual public donations, no matter how small, can be directed to this account.  The account details are:

  • Account name: Ngwenya Rhino Fund
  • Bank: Nedbank (Swaziland) Limited
  • Account #: 020-0000-20053  (Current a/c)
  • Branch: Mbabane
  • Branch Code: 360164
  • Swift Address: NESWSZMX

For your donation to be acknowledged kindly send a proof of payment to Fund Administrator with a covering email detailing your name and contact details.

More details from the Ngwenya Glass website:

As if willing the survival of the wildlife species that inspire their craftsmen to produce works of art;  in 1989 Ngwenya Glass launched the Kingdom of Swaziland’s most successful wildlife conservation fund. by donating a  percentage of profits from its worldwide sales.  Known as the Ngwenya Rhino & Elephant Fund , its proceeds go directly to Mkhaya Game Reserve, a refuge for endangered species in the Swaziland lowveld.  Since the establishment of this fund, generous donations have been received from the likes of:   The British Government; The European Union;  W.W.F. (World Wildlife Fund of South Africa and the Netherlands);  Doctor Felix Schnier;  Aide Environmen;  Engen,  and His Royal Highness, Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands (who was an avid fan of Mkhaya and a regular visitor to the Kingdom of Swaziland!).

 

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