The Real Journeys Cruise-for-a-Cause this year will assist Forest & Bird with predator control and help train the greater number of volunteers needed by the Cancer Society in the Southland and Otago Region.
The second annual “Birds of a Feather” Charity Ball has raised over $65,000 for the Department of Conservation’s Tamatea/Dusky Sound Restoration Project and saw Real Journeys commit to making Cooper Island, (the third largest island in Dusky Sound, Fiordland) predator-free.
An exclusive preview of some of the art created for the Department of Conservation’s Tamatea/Dusky Sound art exhibition, including works by renowned Kiwi artists Simon Kaan, Gerda Leenards, Cilla McQueen and Marilynn Webb will be on display and for sale* during the “Birds of a Feather” Charity Ball on 13th August - Real Journeys and DOC have announced.
Real Journeys Cruise-for-a-Cause applications close at the end of the month. The project enables two community based not-for-profit/charitable organisations to raise funds for a good cause by selling tickets to an entire overnight cruise in the World Heritage Area of Fiordland.