The Table Mountain Fund 2019 Annual Review

The Table Mountain Fund 2019 Annual Review

The 2019 financial year was certainly one to look back on with pride, with 45 successful conservation projects running across the Cape Floral Kingdom, which amounted to a conservation spend of R 5.8 million for the year. 2018 also saw the development of the new Table Mountain Fund conservation strategy which has an amplified human element to it and recognises our beneficiaries as not only nature, but also the people of the Cape Floral Kingdom, our visitors and future generations.

The growing demand for small-scale funding became very apparent over the past year and as such TMF has committed resources to growing our capital to allow for a sustained, and perhaps even enlarged, investment into conservation projects over time. To support this growth, significant time and energy went into planning the launch of the Fund’s second fundraising campaign, since its launch 21 years ago, and we look forward to reporting back on the campaign’s success in our 2020 Annual Review!

CLICK HERE to read the full Table Mountain Fund 2019 Annual Review.

“What an exciting time it is to be working within the Cape Floral Kingdom and serving such a dynamic organisation. As the Table Mountain Fund enters its 21st year of operation, it has afforded itself the time to reflect, celebrate, consolidate and redefine itself, and has ended the year fired-up and enthusiastic!” – Kerry Maree, Table Mountain Fund Manager

Table Mountain Fund

Launched by Sir Edmund Hillary, The Table Mountain Fund is a capital Conservation Trust Fund that develops and funds projects to protect and restore the world-famous natural heritage of the Cape, known as the Fynbos.

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