Looking to spectate in #RhinoCharge 2021? You can now get your tickets for this year’s event!
Tickets are available for purchase through our online portal, just click on the link…
The portal will be open until midnight on the 10th of July 2021!
Come and join the action and adventure of the Rhino Charge!
Dear Chargers, Sponsors, Officials, Partners and Friends of Rhino Ark,
As you are aware over the past few months the Rhino Charge Committee and the organising team, in consultation with the Rhino Ark Board of Directors, have been working hard to see if, and how, the October Rhino Charge can take place. We have been preparing two venues for two very different and exciting Charges and put together various options to adapt to Covid-19 restrictions. The health and safety of the Rhino Charge supporters has always and will always be a critical aspect of this event. However, the impacts of the pandemic continue to grow locally and globally and we feel that a cautious approach is required in order to minimise risk.
As such, it is with great regret that the Rhino Charge Committee and the Rhino Ark Board of Directors have to announce that the 2020 Rhino Charge will not be going ahead and that the next Rhino Charge will now be held on Sunday, 30th May 2021.
The Rhino Charge is a unique event that brings many people together, from around the world and within Kenya, to join in a common cause to raise funds for Rhino Ark and the protection of Kenya’s vital water towers. We have been overwhelmed by the enthusiasm and encouragement from our Rhino Charge supporters in trying to make this event happen, and give thanks and appreciation to those that have already submitted funds to Rhino Ark – these contributions are vital to ensuring the continuation of the valuable projects Rhino Ark carries out.
Rhino Ark has to date built 650 km of electric fences, protecting 80,000 families from the dangers of human-wildlife conflicts. These fences also protect critical mountain forests that are the water towers of Kenya. They are the source of major rivers that provide the much-needed water to Nairobi, one of the key contributors to Kenya’s GDP. These rivers support the livelihoods of millions of households in rural areas. They are also the lifeline of key conservation and tourism areas downstream. Keeping our fences well maintained and fully operational is critical to secure the conservation gains made over the past 31 years.
We are currently working on how the 2021 event will operate with regards to entries, pledges and funds raised to date and once finalised we will share the 2021 Rules & Regulations with the Chargers directly and on our website. Over the coming weeks we will also be in touch with all our sponsors and partners directly to discuss opportunities for 2021.
Thank you to all chargers, supporters and volunteers for your ongoing support. Together, we have established one of the most impactful conservation projects in Kenya. Let’s continue working together to ensure that our conservation achievements remain our legacy for this country and its people.
We are already excited about the 2021 Rhino Charge and look forward to you joining us there.
Rhino Ark Board of Directors
Rhino Charge Committee
A Gala Dinner and Fundraising Ball to celebrate Car 5 Charging for Conservation
Saturday 21st March 2020 at the Lord Eroll Restaurant
6 pm – Late
Tickets – 9500Ksh per person (Tables of 10 available)
Tickets Include a delicious 3-course dinner, luxury raffle, live auction, music and dancing
Dress code: Black tie with a touch of Yellow
For Tickets Please Contact
Tel: +254 724 846 716
The Spirit of the Charge film from the 2019 Rhino Charge will be shown throughout the event, via a monitor in the Off Road Motorsport Zone.
Join all the Off Road Worldwide enthusiasts at the UK event and you may bump into some of the competitors taking part in the 2020 Rhino Charge.
Happening at Limuru Country Club on 21st February 2020
To book your Tee-time, please call 0722645941 or email email@example.com
Entry (dinner included): ksh 2.500
Format is Stableford
Sponsor a hole inclusive of 4ball: ksh 25,000
Come and have some fun, put your team together and know that you are helping the conservation of Kenya’s water towers while you enjoy!
29th February 2020 @ The Waterfront Karen
The battle commences at 09:00am
18,000KSHS per team
Of Max 6 people
Each team must have at least 2 female contenders
Food & drinks
Teams must register by 21st February 2020 Contact: 0727616304
You gotta be in it to win it…
Japanese Cooking Class by Hiroko Sugimoto
Learn how to make Sushi Rolls!
Sushi Roll or Maki is an easy type of Sushi that anyone can make at home. With some key tips of Maki making, you can roll your own Sushi Rolls using your own choice of ingredients. In this class, you will learn key tips of Sushi Roll making, how to prepare the rice and other ingredients as well as how to roll and cut the Sushi Rolls. You will also make a Japanese vegetable dish using locally available ingredients.
Dates: Starting from 2nd November 2019
Book through any Team 61 team members or Shejal – 0733 949 623 or Nicksha – 0722 361 000
Count down to entries opening
for “New Charge Teams”
This year there is a new category “New Charge Teams” at KES 0.3 million pledge level which opens 1st October 2019 and is detailed below for teams that have not taken part as competitors in the Rhino Charge before.
There will be up to ten (10) places, if unclaimed within the limit of 65 entries, available to “New Charge Teams” which meet the following criteria:
- The car must be in the “unmodified” category;
- A maximum of one (1) experienced charger will be allowed within the team. An experienced charger is somebody who has participated in a previous Rhino Charge from 2016 onward as a competitor within a team;
- The pledge level for “New Charge Teams” is KES 300,000/= which must be met in full before the Pre-event Briefing on 1st May 2020.
1st October 2019 also opens the KES 0.75 million pledge level for the 2020 Rhino Charge for teams that have previously competed.
Please download and fill the relevant forms in if you are planning to pledge and come to the KWS Headquarters in Nairobi on 1st October 2019.
You need to provide the following:
- Fully completed entry form;
- Fully completed pledge form;
- Copy of the insurance and logbook for your vehicle;
- If you do not have insurance and logbook yet, you must write a commitment that you will provide it in time;
- Payment of KES 60,000 (KES 20,000 Entry Fee and KES 40,000 Advance Sponsorship). You can do this by cheque or Paybill 855995.
* KWS HQ Main Gate to open at 6am
* Wildly Coffee to open at 6am (it will be open for breakfast)
* Registration to start at the Wildly Coffee from 8:30am
A fun-filled weekend full of racing from 11am at the Potting Shed in Karen 21st September 2019.
12 teams – 24 heats
- 3 people in a team
- 3000/- per team entry
All spectators have free entry to enjoy the battle
- Bouncy Castle
- Face painting
- Model balloons
- Lucky dip
Fun Filled Day For All The Family
Contact Martin Haylock to book your team entry +254 721 646 583