GREATER LOS ANGELES ZOO ASSOCIATION’S SUNSET SAFARI TREATS SAFARI SOCIETY DONORS TO AFTER-HOURS EVENT Saturday, September 12, 2015 6 to 9 pm Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens

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Guests enjoy previous Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association’s Sunset Safari evenings

PHOTO CREDIT:  Jamie Pham

Sunset Safari, an exclusive after-hours party hosted by the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA) for SAFARI SOCIETY donors takes place on Saturday, September 12, 2015, 6 to 9 pm, at the L.A. Zoo.  One of many SAFARI SOCIETY benefits, the evening features an enchanting after-hours, stroll through Zoo grounds offering views of exotic animals and unique experiences such as keeper talks which highlight Sumatran tigers, orangutans and more.  Guests will engage through special wildlife feedings, a petting zoo, wildlife education stations and up-close visits with some of the Zoo’s smaller residents.  Also included are a buffet dinner, drinks, live music, a photo booth, a cooking demonstration and rides on the extraordinary Tom Mankiewicz Conservation Carousel.

 

The SAFARI SOCIETY, open to the public, is GLAZA’s premier upper-level giving society for individuals who share a deep appreciation for wildlife, concern for animal welfare and for the preservation of biodiversity and natural habitats worldwide.  With giving levels ranging from $1,500 to $25,000 annually, donors receive exclusive access to wildlife and wildlife experts, behind-the-scenes experiences, fees discounted on private events in uniquely stunning locations and many other benefits.

 

SAFARI SOCIETY is the pinnacle among donor and membership programs presented by the private, nonprofitGreater Los Angeles Zoo Association (GLAZA), founded in 1963, which funds plant and animal exhibits, species conservation, capital projects, and education and community outreach programs at the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens.  GLAZA also builds and invests endowment funds and funds/operates seven essential departments on behalf of the L.A. Zoo: development, marketing, special events publications, membership, volunteers, and oversight of the food and retail concessions.  There are 60,000 member households in GLAZA representing more than 240,000 adults and children, one of the largest membership bases of a cultural organization in Los Angeles.  GLAZA additionally boasts a volunteer corps of more than 800 individuals.

 

For information about the SAFARI SOCIETY, please contact Nancy Simerly at 323 644-4717 or nsimerly@lazoo.orghttp://lazoo.org/support/safarisociety/

Credit: Los Angeles Zoo.

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