Thank you to all our Ugandan supporters who visited UCF's 2nd Annual Charity Art Exhibition 'The Art of Conservation' in Kampala, kindly hosted by Alex Porter at Awaka.
The exhibition featured the work of 15 Ugandan artists and sculptors including: Paulo Akiiki, Taga Nuwagaba, Margaret Nagawa, Teresa Musoke, Henry Mujunga, David Kigozi, Mary Naita, Enoch Mukibi, Mutebi Fred Ronex, Ajuuko Hood, Consodyne Busabo, Ashleigh Olsen and others.

To receive an invitation to our 2010 event please send us your contact details. We look forward to seeing you.

UCF is pleased to acknowledge with thanks the donation of UGX 2,000,000 for our 'efforts towards conservation activities in Uganda'. This donation was made at a dinner meeting of Skal International members in Kampala in October 2010. The presentation of the cheque was made to Charlotte Beauvoisin, UCF Marketing Development Manager, who gave a short talk on the work of UCF in Uganda.

Skal is a professional organisation of tourism leaders around the world, promoting global tourism and friendship. Skal International has approximately 20,000 members across 89 nations. For further information on Skal please click here.

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Uganda Conservation Foundation celebrated 10 years of supporting anti-poaching and community conservation in Uganda by holding 'The Starlight Safari Ball' at Sheraton Poolside, Kampala in March 2013. A wonderful evening was enjoyed by the many guests with the proceeds of the Ball helping the building of a ranger station in Murchison Falls Conservation Area. Thank you to all who supported this event and to the many sponsors.

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Over 120 of the friends and supporters of UCF attended the Patrick Mavros Gallery and enjoyed an evening of drinks and canapes. The gallery is situated in Fulham Road, London and the interior has been described as akin to an 'African hunting lodge' with its wonderful collection of African items, fine silver sculptures, accessories and jewelry all of which are for sale.

During the evening an auction of donated items attracted much interest and the proceeds of the event will enable UCF to continue its practical activities for the benefit of the people and wildlife in Uganda.

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