ENCINITAS — The San Diego chapter of the Cheetah Conservation Fund is joining together with Soup Plantation, 109 N. El Camino Real, on Oct. 28 to help save cheetahs from extinction. Soup Plantation will donate 20 percent of each bill to support the Cheetah Conservation Fund.
“The San Diego Chapter is thrilled to be working together with Soup Plantation to host our first Halloween fundraising event. Costumes are welcomed,” Christine Marino, pubic relations officer for CCF San Diego Chapter, said.
Supporters may download a copy of the flier found on CCF’s website at ccfsandiego.weebly.com and present it to the cashier. The flier is good for takeout or dine-in and with a minimum purchase of one meal and a beverage, Soup Plantation will donate 20 percent of the bill to CCF.
CCF was founded in Namibia by Laurie Marker in 1990 with the mission: “to be the world’s resource charged with protecting the cheetah and ultimately ensuring its future on our planet. CCF will work with all stakeholders within the cheetah’s ecosystem to develop best practices in research, education and ecology and create a sustainable model from which all other species, including people, will benefit.”
CCFUSA is a Registered Non Profit 501(c) 3: #31-1726923. Donations are fully tax-deductible. For more information on CCF’s research, conservation and education programs, contact CCF at (714) 363-8556 or visit ccfsandiego.weebly.com.
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