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Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Fundraiser

Published on Friday, October 2, 2009 Email To Friend    Print Version

The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation was founded by marine biologist and artist Guy Harvey. It is an organisation of philanthropists, conservationists, scientists and educators focused on developing sensible strategies for promoting the conservation of our oceans and nurturing the next generation of marine scientists and guardians of our seas. Through the generous philanthropy inspired by Guy Harvey’s art, the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation will fund exceptional research and innovative educational programs developed by universities, colleges, institutes, and nonprofit organisations.

The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation will help ensure that future generations will enjoy and benefit from a naturally balanced ocean ecosystem where fish and other marine wildlife flourish. The Fund inspired scientific research and innovation educational management practices for sustainable marine environments.

On Wednesday 28th October 2009 join host Guy Harvey and special guest, marine sculptor Kent Ullberg for an evening of great food, open bar, music and more at the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum!

There will be both silent and live auctions featuring fine artwork, fantastic gifts and exciting trips. Net proceeds from this event will benefit the marine conservation research and education efforts being done by the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.

In addition to helping save our seas, they will be celebrating Dr Harvey’s induction to the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame. Go along and help support and honor a leader in marine conservation.

For those who wish to attend tickets for this event are $250 per person or $2,000 per table (seats 10). Book by 26 October to avoid disappointment. You can obtain tickets and further information by registering online at www.guyharveyoceanfoundation.org or call Greg Jacoski on (800) 288 1227.

 
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