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SANCCOB will host their annual benefit auction at the St Francis Links Golf Club at 17:30 for 18:00 on October 22. Photo: SUPPLIED

SANCCOB will host their annual benefit auction at the St Francis Links Golf Club at 17:30 for 18:00 on October 22. Photo: SUPPLIED

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THE Southern African Foundation for the Conservation of Coastal Birds (SANCCOB) will host their annual benefit auction at the St Francis Links Golf Club at 17:30 for 18:00 on October 22 to raise funds for its seabird centre in Cape St Francis.

Since 2013, the annual SANCCOB Eastern Cape Benefit Auction has been a vital fundraising event in aid of SANCCOB’s year-round seabird conservation work. It is a premier calendar event for supporters - inclu-ding celebrities and special guests - who get a chance to bid on prized items and unique getaway experiences.

SANCCOB proudly welcomes the dazzling Shenay O’Brien, of Idols South Africa fame, as the special MC for the evening.

Tickets cost R275 per person and include welcome drinks and a three-course gourmet meal paired with wines.

Bookings can be made online at ww.sanccob.co.za/benefit-auctions. Limited tickets are available.

  • SANCCOB’s centre in Cape St Francis offers a 24-hour, 365-day rescue service for seabirds and admits approximately 300 to 400 seabirds for rehabilitation every year.

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