Cameras for Conservancy Member Kristie Burns donated a photo of a flamingo mother and chick to the silent auction and served as the official photographer at the Gala fundraiser for Conservation Fusion last weekend that helped raise money for a new school and wildlife education in Madagascar!
Conservation Fusion is doing amazing work with the community there. Their first school has been a great success in helping many children receive an education they would not receive otherwise. In addition, they have educated both the children and the community on wildlife conservation (lemurs and other animals) in Madagascar.
President, Susie Louis says of the fundraiser, “WE DID IT! Thanks to all who attended the gala- who donated online, who sent beautiful, encouraging texts, who have been there with us along this journey! We raised $14,014!!! And I leave MONDAY to join the team and finish building DREAM School 2.0!!!!! Your donations are going directly to this project!!! Thank you, thank you, thank YOU!”
Cameras for Conservancy is both humbled and thankful to have been a small part of this effort. You can see the photos we took of the gala on their Facebook page here or learn more about Conservation Fusion on their website here.