SANCCOB Annual Benefit Auction

Paddle For Penguins!

The 16th annual SANCCOB Benefit Auction is a vital fundraising event in aid of SANCCOB’s year-round seabird conservation work including the African penguin and other seabirds. The event takes place on Saturday 16 November from 17h30 at the prestigious Protea Hotel Fire & Ice by Marriott Cape Town, situated in Tamboerskloof. Book your spot or even better – a table and bring your friends to paddle for penguins at this benefit auction.

To book a table email [email protected] or [email protected]SANCCOB Annual Benefit Auction


As a non-profit organization, SANCCOB’s annual benefit auction is a premiere calendar event for supporters, including celebrities and special guests, who have the opportunity to bid on a range of exciting items and unique getaway experiences.


Help raise funds for SANCCOB’s vital seabird rescue and rehabilitation work with endangered African penguins and other southern African seabirds. Join us for a wonderful evening of good company, bidding on terrific items and experiences – including exclusive wine tastings, a getaway at Aquila Safari Private Game Reserve and Spa, art, and a giant fluffy African penguin toy, among others. The auction will be facilitated by professional auctioneer, Andrew James, of Michael James Organisation.

Andrew James, of Michael James Organisation

Photo booth specialists, Propel and caricature artist Theodore Key will also add to the evening’s fun and festivities.

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If you are unable to make the SANCCOB Annual Benefit Auction this year, there are other ways you can help!

Adopt a penguin

Help save this highly endangered species by ‘adopting’ a wild African penguin or penguin egg that will be rehabilitated and released back into the wild by our dedicated staff … or one of our ‘home pen’ birds that live permanently at our Table View and Port Elizabeth seabird centres, because for various reasons, they cannot be released back into the wild.

Find out how you can adopt a penguin here

Donate to SANCCOB

Your R200, R500 or more makes all the difference to a bird in their care.

Find out how you can donate here

New Seabird Hospital

SANCCOB is currently in the final stages of building its new Seabird & Penguin Hospital with dedicated ICU’s, surgeries, food preparation area, baths to clean birds that have been affected by oil spills and bigger outdoor pools and penguin pens. The opening of the hospital is set for November 2018.

Donate a brick and help SANCCOB save endangered African penguins and other seabirds


The Seabird Hospital would not have been possible without the generosity of these sponsors:

ABC Pumps and Engineering Western Cape
Airtek Airconditioning
Atlantic Scaffolding
Bellco Electrical
Blinds Exact
Cape Plumbing & Bathroom Supplies, Stellenbosch
Ceilwall Interiors
City of Cape Town: Transport Development Authority – Environmental Management Department
Concrete Coatings and Repair Services
Dekro Paints
Dita Holdings – Lokfloor
DM Agencies
Dormakaba South Africa
Fourways Airconditioning
Franke South Africa
GIS Associates
Guardian Integrated Systems
Handles Inc.
Heat Tech
INCA Concrete Products
Kirk Marketing
Kleen-Tex South Africa
Lavender Garden Services
M.D Waterproofing & Joint Sealers
Medi Clinic Milnerton
MNH Hardware – Exclusive Distributors of Gardena
OWA Ceiling Systems Cape
Plumbing World
Pollution Solution Africa
Pop-Up Products
PPC Cement SA
Pro Active Refrigeration
Safintra South Africa
Sain-Gobain Construction Products SA
Sika South Africa
Spazio Lighting
Streamline Logistics
The Lamphouse
Valve Technology
Watertite Guttering
W-Tech Manufacturing
Xylem Water Solutions
ARG Design
BFBA Consultants
BL Williams Construction
BVI Consulting Engineers Western Cape
Comprac Western Cape
Henry Fagan and Partners
Sillito Environmental Consulting
Spoormaker and Partners

Find SANCCOB on the West Coast Way Cape Way Route

Open Monday – Friday

Distance from Cape Town: 23km
Where: 22 Pentz Dr, Table View, Milnerton
Coordinates: 33.8338° S, 18.4913° E
Contact: (c) +27 (0)21 557 6155 | [email protected] |

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