Raffle tickets £1 each. Every £1 you donate here will get your name
written on a raffle ticket to go in the draw taking place in January. Ticket
stubs will only be posted with Christmas Cards purchased.
Tick the box ‘I'm happy to be contacted by John Noble-Milner’, if you don't this will be an anonymous donation and you won't be in the prize draw. This is at the end of the donation process after you've entered your card details.
DONATIONS HERE ARE JUST FOR RAFFLE TICKETS
Christmas Cards. Each card has a unique number on the back and is itself a raffle ticket.
TO BUY CHRISTMAS CARDS USE THIS LINK: http://ow.ly/LknB30f8jbl
£10 for five cards
£15 for ten cards
If you want raffle tickets and Christmas Cards message me when you buy the cards that you’ve donated here if you want the ticket stubs sent in the post with them.
As a wildlife artist I’m drawn to the unusual creatures we share our world with. None can be more magnificently bizarre than the chameleon. While researching for this sculpture I came across the Belalanda Chameleon in an article suggesting it could be the rarest species on the planet, which made me want to sculpt it and to do something to draw it’s plight to greater attention.
Belalanda is a small area in south west Madagascar, the fifth largest island in the world, lying just off the eastern coast of Africa. Its unique ecosystems are under considerable pressure, deforestation being one of the most immediate threats.
Approximately 95 percent of Madagascar’s reptiles, 89 percent of its plant life, and 92 percent of its mammals exist nowhere else on Earth.
WWF aims to protect, restore and maintain Madagascar’s unique biodiversity in harmony with the culture and livelihoods of the local people. This is why I’m donating a pair of these limited edition bronze chameleons as a raffle prize to raise funds to support the work that they do.
Raffle tickets are £1 each and as an added dimension to our fundraising there are Christmas cards featuring the chameleons, each printed with a unique number on the back so that the card itself is also a raffle ticket. All proceeds will go to WWF.
The winner will be drawn in January.
Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.
You won't be added to a mailing list from this donation by WWF or Geckoman.
Cheers, John Noble-Milner aka Geckoman