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MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet Initiative

MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet Initiative

The process of signing up for the MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet programme is very straightforward. Download the application form, print it out and fill it in, scan and send to [email protected].

Alternatively, please fax to 086 543 1370. The fax number on the application form is incorrect and is sent to our temperamental fax machine in the Cederberg. Please do not send to the fax number on the application form!

If you already have a MySchool MyVillage MyPlanet card, you can still make a difference, simply by choosing to make the Cape Leopard Trust one of your preferred beneficiaries. Download the form and choose the “Existing card” option. Fill the form in as per usual and scan or fax back to us.

When clicking on the button below, you will be taken to the ONLINE Application form where The Cape Leopard Trust is pre-selected. All you have to do is fill out your details and hit submit.

The Cape Leopard Trust Trapping Techniques

icon no trapShort overview of three trapping methods considered by the Cape Leopard Trust as safe and humane: Cage traps, Foot loop traps or Foot snares, Soft-catch traps, References to relevant scientific literature.

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  • Book your Spot for the Hottest Date in Town

    Book your Spot for the Hottest Date in Town

    Though winter has us in its icy grip, there’s nothing better than getting warm enjoying good food and wine in the company of two special Cape Town chefs. The Cape Leopard Trust 12th anniversary fundraiser luncheon will be held in Franschoek on Saturday, 20 August at Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards.…
    Written on Monday, 18 July 2016 10:46
  • A cat amongst the pigeons – or in this case rabbits

    A cat amongst the pigeons – or in this case rabbits

    Dr Laurel Serieys of the Urban Caracal Project shares this story with us of a lucky caracal called ‘Prospero’, who was found caught by his paw in a lethal trap. Fortunately help was on hand. The Urban Caracal Project is a sister project supported by The Cape Leopard Trust. It…
    Written on Tuesday, 14 June 2016 11:57

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