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Aug 23, 2017


  • MJV Partnership News

It's my pleasure to invite you to The Monarch Joint Venture's Celebrating Monarchs! Monarch Joint Venture Reception and Silent Auction on Nov. 7th 2017 at the San Antonio Zoo in San Antonio, Texas. This is a fundraising event to support the Monarch Joint Venture's (MJV) partnership efforts to protect the monarch migration for generations to come. 

This fall, as the monarchs fly through Texas, we will come together to celebrate monarchs and support their conservation with dinner, speakers, mingling with monarch experts, and a silent auction. Be a part of the national strategy to protect monarchs by attending and supporting the work of the MJV partnership.   

The MJV partnership works together to carry out high-priority monarch habitat conservation, research, and education projects with funds raised from donations and sponsorship and through the in-kind support of our partners. With your support, we can fund more projects like the ones listed here. This year we will support even more conservation projects, with a goal of raising $30,000 at our San Antonio reception. By joining us on November 7th, you will support future generations of the iconic monarch butterfly through our coordinated habitat, research and education work.

Space is limited and tickets for this event are now on sale in the link below. If you cannot attend but still want to support the MJV, you can also donate in that same link or directly on our website.

Register now:

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If you or your organization is interested in contributing a silent auction item, sponsoring the event, reserving a VIP table, or finding out more about sponsorship opportunities please contact Cora.

Thank you for your time and consideration,

Wendy Caldwell
Program Coordinator
Monarch Joint Venture


The Monarch Joint Venture is a national partnership of federal and state agencies, non-governmental organizations, and academic programs working together to conserve the monarch butterfly migration. The content in this article does not necessarily reflect the positions of all Monarch Joint Venture partners. Header photo by Wendy Caldwell.