Golden Bird Patrons

Become a Golden Bird Patron

BirdLife South Africa's main focus is the conservation of our country's birds and their habitats. In order to achieve this, we are dependent on funding from people and companies who are committed to this important cause.

Golden Bird Patrons will receive the following:
  • Six copies per annum of BirdLife South Africa's magazine, African Birdlife
  • Twelve issues per annum of BirdLife South Africa's e-newsletter
  • Invitations to important BirdLife South Africa functions and events, including a function specifically for Golden Bird Patrons
  • A framed Golden Bird Patron membership certificate
  • A Golden Bird Patron gold pin badge
  • Section 18A certificate

To become a Golden Bird Patron, please download and complete the form below and and return to:

Mark D. Anderson, Chief Executive Officer, BirdLife South Africa
Email: ceo@birdlife.org.za
Fax: +27(0)11 789 5188

pdf Golden Bird Patron Application Form (675 KB)

BirdLife South Africa is a non-profit organisation (registration number: 001-298 NPO) and a Public Benefit Organisation (PBO exemption number 930 004 518). For all donations in excess of R500-00, BirdLife South Africa can issue a Section 18A certificate.

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Golden Bird Patrons 2015

Golden Pipit

goldenpipit

R100 000 per annum

Browne, Tanya
Chamberlain, David
Chamberlain, Philip
Hainebach, Michael and Rose
Leventis, Tasso
Nedbank
Oppenheimer, Nicky
Remgro
Rupert, Gaynor

Golden-breasted Bunting

goldenbunting

R75 000 per annum

Cory, Chris and Barbara

African Golden Weaver

goldenweaver

R50 000 per annum

Bird, Stuart
Bowerman, Bill
Grindrod Bank
Harris, Paul and Jeanne
Prost, Vaughan
Reinecke, Stephen

African Golden Oriole

GoldenOriole

R25 000 per annum

Ackerman, Mandy
Ball, Geoff and Mary
Barrell, Alex
Barrell, Don
Bhorat, Ismail
Bradshaw, John and Alison
Buttery, Howard
Dixon, Tony and Maureen
Goss, Pat and Karin
Greig, Christopher
Hairs, Don
Malone, Simon
Milne, Simon
Pashiou, Flims
Pashiou, George
Pashiou, Kiki
Robson, Mike and Kathleen
Saager, Erik
Susman, Simon
Warsop, Graham

 

 

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