Zulu Nyala Game Lodge would like to donate an African Photographic Safari Package valued at $5,950 to a Fundraiser of your choice. For over 18 years Zulu Nyala Game Lodge in Northern Kwazulu Natal, South Africa has offered 6-day Safari Vacation packages to hundreds of non-profit organizations to auction at their fundraising events. These auctions have benefited countless communities and especially wildlife, including the endangered rhino.
We look forward to being a part of your fundraising event this year!
(This Package does not include: Airfares, transfers, side trips, drinks, telephone calls, laundry, and gratuities.)
"Too good to be true? It is great and it is true! Unlike other vacation donation packages that have very high minimum bids that leave little room for the charity to make money, the South African Safari is perfect. Luxury vacation at an unbeatable price. We have auctioned many of these packages over the years and every donor has had stellar reviews. From the spectacular accommodations to the breath-taking scenery, to the first-class service provided by Debbie and her team at Zulu Nyala, it is a can’t miss deal. We have made thousands of dollars for every single fundraiser and have made our donors very happy. To quote one of our Board Members who went on the trip himself, 'It is the trip of a lifetime.'"
"REAF is a non-profit foundation in San Francisco that for 23 years has given to local agencies in need- youth programs, meals on wheels, ALRP, the homeless. We get no government or state funding, so we raise money through donors and fundraising events. We have been working with Zulu Nyala for many years- auctioning trips from them at our live and silent auctions. Zulu Nyala has helped us raise over $40,000. Everyone that has won a trip, has had a great time. According to many winners, the trips are wonderful, well organized and that the accommodation is beautiful, and exceeds their expectation. As the board member that handles the auctions, Debbie and their staff are great to work with. We will continue to work with them."