Obtain firm tax benefits and accrue Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) scorecard points through financial contributions to the SA Hunters and Game Conservation Association's (SAHGCA) Tinyarhi conservation projects. Get involved in the SAHGCA's conservation projects Involvement secures sufficient game on game farms and in hunting areas in the future and that: * Guides on game farms will be sufficiently trained in field craft, tracking and other skills to ensure pleasant hunting experiences * Carcasses and meat are processed on the game farm before hunters depart * Access to hunting opportunities in huge and remote communal areas will remain affordable * Rebate on annual hunting opportunities will be available. How companies can benefit Contributions to ongoing wild life conservation will ensure maximum exposure for companies due to their support of realistic and sustainable wildlife management. In addition, companies will: * be seen as enterprises with a social conscience on conservation and ongoing support for responsible and sustainable use of renewable natural resources * obtain maximum tax benefits from recognised contributions to the activities of a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) in terms of Article 18 (a) of the Income Tax Act (after the relevant registration has been obtained) * maximum benefits in terms of the BBBEE codes for three of the seven categories - skills transfers and development, the creation of enterprises and socio economic development.
Families can also obtain benefits Families can experience hunting opportunities which will satisfy the needs of the entire family and in the process: * participate in echo and hunting tourism opportunities in selected hunting areas * learn about life on the farm in the remote rural communities of the country * participate in conservation based community development projects * participate in the development of farm products and be in a position to purchase same. How to join Contribute financially to a selected project of Tinyarhi conservation projects" conservation based activities through: * A once off contribution of R100 to the Tinyarhi conservation fund which is linked to and controlled by the SAHWCA * A monthly voluntary contribution which offers a tax rebate (as soon as registration has been concluded). Contributions to selected Tinyarhi conservation projects ensure BBBEE scorecard points for companies.
Contact Dr Krappies Els at 012 808 9310; Fax 0866 919 689 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Mr Faan van Wyk at 082 469 0804 or email@example.com for further particulars.