The St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park invites Historic City News readers to support Breast Cancer Awareness for the month of October.
Each day of October, park guests are being given the option when purchasing tickets to donate $1.00 to Jacksonville-based charity “The Donna Foundation”.
“The Donna Foundation raises money to be used exclusively for First Coast women living with breast cancer who can’t make ends meet,” Molly Ebersol told local news reporters. “The foundation has partnered with Catholic Charities, who lovingly screens each recipient to ensure they are good stewards of donations.”
Come enjoy the beautiful Florida sunshine and support a great cause at the only facility in the world exhibiting living specimens of all 23 currently recognized species of crocodilian.
ABOUT ALLIGATOR FARM:
The St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park is one of Florida’s oldest and most treasured attractions. Since 1893, it has provided visitors with exciting and educational opportunities to interact with a wide range of crocodilians, reptiles, mammals and birds. Located on Anastasia Island in St. Augustine, The Alligator Farm features natural exhibits, wildlife shows and educational demonstrations. It is the only place in the world where visitors can see every species of alligator, crocodile, caiman and gharial. In 1992, The Alligator Farm was designated a U.S. Historic District.