University of Kent raise funds for our Ebola appeal

On the 12th of December, the students and staff of the School of Anthropology and Conservation of Kent University in England, organized a fundraising for the Ebola appeal launched to help the Chimpanzee Conservation Center in Guinea.

This day is traditionally a “Christmas Jumper Competition Day”, so each participant had to donate at least £2 to compete.

The students and staff collected an amazing 215£ (275€ ) which were donated to Projet Primates France, the French NGO in charge of the fundraising in Europe.

We warmly thank all the students and staff members for this Christmas wonderful initiative! Thanks to everyone for your warm hearted donation!

Les étudiants en master de l'Ecole de Conservation et d'Anthropologie de l'Université de Kent

The students and staff with their Christmas jumper

If you also want to participate to the fundraisng to help the CCC face this terrible Ebola crisis, you can donate online at http://www.projetprimates.com/aidez-nous/#Don or on either our indiegogo campaign or Ebola emergency funds campaign

 


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