In exactly a month’s time we will be embarking on our mission up into Africa to deliver veterinary books and equipment to universities and charities in various African countries. After 2 years of hard work, fundraising and intense planning, we’re finally nearly there. It’s an exciting time for every one of us and we can’t wait to make a difference in the lives of both animals and people wherever we can.
The Vet Books team was privaledged to be part of the AMMSA golf day 2018.
We would like to thank everyone who supported the Vet Books cause. We are truly grateful to be able to share this great day with everyone and rub shoulder with some great names.
We are proud of our members who where fortunate to play. Graham Taylor winning overall and Luke Michaelides ‘s team for coming 7th overall.
The Veterinary and Medical students have been at it again!!!!! Everyone enjoyed an amazing day at the 2nd Maveric Outreach 2018!!!
It was an day of sharing knowledge and a helping hand, to both humans and animals. We all learn from each other every day and with the knowledge gained we build a stonger global community.
We would like to thank Chartwell Vet for their generous book donation. We are truly grateful and cannot wait to hand it over to the Universities.
On Mandela Day, 18 July, Vet Books for Africa was privileged to speak to the first year BVSc students to share the Vet Books story. We hope to inspire the next possible group of students to go above and beyond for this great initiative when the time comes.
Vetbooks for Africa hosted their annual dodgeball event on Wednesday night. Thanks for all the support from our fellow opiates. You were all great and we had amazing fun, best of it all we raised funds for this awesome cause!
A massive thanks to Hills for sponsoring our prizes!
Best dressed – Social media
Winners – TajMabal
The Vet Books for Africa team visited Owl Rescue Centre on Saturday.
It was an amazing experience to learn about the great work Brendan and Danelle Murray are doing in rescuing owls all over South-Africa and the world. We were privileged to be able to talk to them about what conservation of our planet is truly about, including their approach to rehabilitation of their owls. To them, the Owls come first and it is amazing to meet such dedicated people.
We would like to thank them for their time and all the amazing work they are doing.
We would also like to thank each and every student, lecturer and staff member at Onderstepoort faculty of Veterinary Science, that contributed to the bottle collection drive. Without them this would not have been possible. These bottles will now be used for making Owl houses.
To learn more about the different projects at the Owl Rescue Centre please visit their facebook page or website: