At Nissan, we truly believe that the best way to protect and preserve our wildlife and natural resources for future generations is through education and awareness, and it's with this in mind that we've teamed up with the Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre.
The Centre not only cares for, breeds and rehabilitates cheetahs, African wild dogs, other big cats and vultures, but plays a vital role in educating our children and communities about these animals, whilst sharing a strong message of conservation and respect for African wildlife.
The Centre's work is crucial to ensuring the long-term prosperity of our precious big cats, and we're committed to helping them achieve their objectives.
WHAT IS NISSAN'S ROLE?
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Our commitment to this partnership will see the donation of a customised NP300 fitted with a transportation cage to assist in the daily operations of the Centre and on-site demonstrations with the Centre's ambassador cheetah, Yeats.
We will be upgrading various aspects of the Centre, sponsoring school visits, facilitating tours of the Centre for our staff, sponsoring the Nissan Charity Cheetah Karting Day and numerous other initiatives.
This partnership will further provide opportunities for Nissan staff and family members to get involved and get the chance to visit and volunteer at the Centre. Ultimately, we foresee a prosperous and mutually beneficial relationship being forged around our aligned vision in which future generations will be able to enjoy, appreciate and conserve our precious African wildlife.
Visit the ANN VAN DYK CHEETAH CENTRE WEBSITE
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Our dream of a future in which humans and animals can coexist and respect one another depends on the actions we take today. Nissan and the Ann Van Dyk Cheetah Centre can't do it alone; we need your help.
Find out more about this noble initiative by visiting the website, and learn how you can play your part.