The South Carolina Wildlife Federation (SCWF) is launching a ten-day virtual auction to support the nonprofit’s conservation and education programming. Presented by Nestle Waters, the online auction features hunting & fishing trips, exclusive vacation packages, outdoor gear, wildlife art, specialty gifts, spa packages, and more. The “Wild Summer Auction” goes live to the public at 6pm on July 16th and will end at 10pm on July 26th at scwf.givesmart.com.
The South Carolina Wildlife Federation is South Carolina’s oldest conservation nonprofit, founded in 1931. Since the outbreak of coronavirus, SCWF has been educating hundreds of South Carolinians with free webinars on topics ranging from creating wildlife habitat, invasive species, Carolina Bays, bees, and more.
The virtual “Wild Summer Auction” will allow for current and new supporters to bid on items from the comfort of their homes. It would not be possible without the support of additional sponsors including: Nestle Waters, AgSouth Farm Credit, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, BMW Manufacturing, Duke Energy, Electric Cooperatives of South Carolina, Glen Raven Custom Fabrics Division, Grace Outdoor Advertising, Lonza, Martin Marietta, Michelin, National Wildlife Federation, Oceana Gold, Outdoor Underwriters, ReWa, Robinson Gray Stepp & Laffitte, S2K Group, Shaw Industries, Spartanburg Water, TD Bank, The Pump House, Westinghouse Electric Company, Vinson Accounting Solutions, Mardie Faucette and Harriott Hampton Faucette.
To learn more about the South Carolina Wildlife Federation’s “Wild Summer Auction” and upcoming education classes, visit www.scwf.org/events.
About the South Carolina Wildlife Federation
One of the 52 state & territory affiliates of the National Wildlife Federation, the South Carolina Wildlife Federation (SCWF) is the oldest conservation organization in the state and prides itself on science-based wildlife conservation policy and high-quality education programs. SCWF’s mission is to conserve and restore South Carolina’s wildlife and wildlife habitat through education and advocacy. For more information, visit their website at: www.scwf.org.