Bidding for penguins: SANCCOB Benefit Auction

SANCCOB (the Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds) is hosting its annual benefit auction on 18 November 2016 at the picturesque Moyo Restaurant in the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (Cape Town). The event is held in partnership with South African National Parks (Table Mountain National Park) and ARG Design.

AfricanPenguin Photo-francois-louw

African Penguin Photo-francois-louw

As a non-profit organisation, SANCCOB’s annual benefit auction is a vital fundraising event in aid of the organisation’s year-round seabird conservation work. It is a premiere calendar event for supporters, including celebrities and special guests, who have the opportunity to bid on a range of exciting items and unique getaway experiences.

SANCCOB proudly welcomes singer, songwriter and speaker – Verity Price – as the special MC and auctioneer for the evening. Some of the items up for auction include sports memorabilia, high-end electronics and prized art. Tickets are R500 per person and include welcome drinks and a three-course gourmet meal paired with wines. Bookings may be made online at:

SANCCOB Benefit Auction Event details

African Penguin Photo-roxanne-abrahams_sanccob

African Penguin Photo-roxanne-abrahams_sanccob

Date: 18 November 2016 (Friday)
Venue: Moyo Restaurant, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Newlands
Time: 18h00 for 18h30
Dress: Smart
Tickets: R500 per person (includes welcome drinks and three-course gourmet meal paired with wines)
Bookings online at
Limited tickets available

SANCCOB offers a 24-hour, 365-day rescue service for penguins and other seabirds at both of its centres in Table View (Western Cape) and Cape St Francis (Eastern Cape) and admits approximately 2 200 seabirds for rehabilitation every year.

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