About the Galapagos Conservation Trust
Biodiversity loss is one of the biggest environmental threats that we face today, and constitutes a global crisis that needs to be tackled with the same urgency as climate change. Galapagos is one of the most unique, scientifically important biodiversity hotspots on Earth, yet even within the Galapagos there is more than 80 species that have now been listed as either Critically Endangered or Endangered. The Galapagos Conservation Trust is dedicated to the conservation of the Galapagos Islands. For over 25 years they have protected biodiversity, restored habitats and saved endangered species from extinction by raising funds and awareness and by delivering ground-breaking, impactful conservation projects.
During the evening you will have the opportunity to check out their Galapagos photography exhibition, meet their corporate partners and project partners and buy Galapagos merchandise including; Christmas cards, wildlife adoptions, photo prints, calendars and much more! During the evening, the Galapagos Conservation Trust has coordinated some great guest speakers, including;
- Ainoa Nieto Claudín (Wildlife Veterinarian)
- Jen Jones (Wildlife Veterinarian)
- Lord Goldsmith (UK Minister of State for Asia, Energy, Climate and Environment at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office)
- Monty Halls (TV Presenter - BBC’s Great Barrier Reef and Channel 4’s My Family and the Galapagos)
- Paula Castaño (Wildlife Veterinarian)
You will also be able to make a donation into the raffle to win several prizes, including a Luxury Galapagos Cruise for two worth $18,900!
How to win your FREE tickets
We have a limited number of paired tickets (x2 per entrant) to award in our 'Galapagos Day 2022' giveaway. In order to be considered for a complimentary pair (worth £40), please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject title 'Galapagos Tickets' and your details. We will announce winners by Thursday 13th October.