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To date, more than 91 percent of funds raised by IEF went directly into elephant conservation and research efforts. All financial donations to IEF, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, are tax deductible under United States law.

Thanks to our many generous friends and supporters, we’re moving forward with a vision that promotes elephant conservation, scientific investigation and education. We don’t expect the future to be easy, but we are up to the task.

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May 10, 2007

Every year our librarian Linda Lakshminarayanan puts together a Book Quest for our children at Emerson School in Ann Arbor, Michigan. For the Book Quest, the kids read 5 books over a 6 week period, meeting weekly for discussion.

This year Deb Hoffman and I had the pleasure of coaching five second and third graders through the quest. The children read Akimbo and the Elephants by Alexander McCall Smith. They adored the story and enjoyed Akimo’s challenge to save the elephants. We discussed the book and what we could do as a small group to help. One of the children had the idea of painting pictures of the elephants or other African animals and selling them for $5.00 each to support your foundation. Enclosed you will find a check for $30.00 and a pring of Alexander Vidovic’s painting which sold for $10.00 Please acknowledge our children from the Emerson School Book Quest for their extraordinary donation.

Thank you very much.

Wendy E. Vidovic
Emerson School

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