Gardening back the biosphere in the Western Ghats

by RainforestConcern in Kerala

We did it
On 3rd August 2016 we successfully raised £8,790 with 71 supporters in 56 days

£7000 will train 5 young rural women in plant species conservation at the Gurukula Botanical Sanctuary, Western Ghats, India.

by RainforestConcern in Kerala

The Crowd

LS
Leigh Sato pledged £20

3rd August 2016 04:41

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Anonymous pledged £20

2nd August 2016 21:33

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suma pledged £20

2nd August 2016 18:30

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Anonymous pledged £100

2nd August 2016 17:40

JK
Jen Knox pledged £75

31st July 2016 23:10

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Anonymous pledged £100

31st July 2016 15:04

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Erica Eek pledged £100

30th July 2016 16:18

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£10 or more

£10 Reward

A big thank you for believing in our project, in the form of an e-postcard from Rainforest Concern.

£20 or more

£20 Reward

A email postcard and an email version of Rainforest Concern's 'Rainforest Review' magazine, detailing progress on our projects.

£50 or more

£50 Reward

A copy of the latest edition of Rainforest Concern's 'Rainforest Review', detailing the work of the charity and the latest updates.

£100 or more

£100 Reward

A Rainforest Concern t-shirt

£500 or more

3 of 14 claimed

£500 Reward

A gift of black pepper from the Western Ghats, wrapped in local fabric.

£1,000 or more

3 of 7 claimed

£1,000 Reward

Two free nights board and food for the donor plus one guest at Gurukula Botanical Sanctuary, and a guided tour of the sanctuary. Flights and travel to the sanctuary is not included in this reward


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