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LYNN FRANKEL FLEETWOOD

A native New Yorker, animal activist Lynn Frankel Fleetwood moved to California and worked in the music and film entertainment industries for nearly 30 years. Lynn always defined herself as an animal lover, but her passion to make a difference was taken to a new level after her recent trip to Africa. Lynn’s journey to Kenya’s Amboseli National Park
allowed her to spend time with its elephant families and exposed her to the urgent crisis faced by these important animals. Sadly, the surging demand for ivory coupled with the loss of habitat has led to a dramatic decline in elephant populations throughout Africa.
Since being inspired by the work of IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) and the people of Amboseli, Lynn Frankel Fleetwood now dedicates her time and energy to raising awareness and funds to help highlight this global elephant crisis.
100% of Lynn’s net proceeds will be donated to IFAW.

For more information, please contact Ario Pardee, Fleetwood's General Store Manager, at apardee@fleetwoodsgeneralstoremaui.com.

A native New Yorker, animal activist Lynn Frankel Fleetwood moved to California and worked in the music and film entertainment industries for nearly 30 years. Lynn always defined herself as an animal lover, but her passion to make a difference was taken to a new level after her recent trip to Africa. Lynn’s journey to Kenya’s Amboseli National Park allowed her to spend time with its elephant families and exposed her to the urgent crisis faced by these important animals. Sadly, the surging demand for ivory coupled with the loss of habitat has led to a dramatic decline in elephant populations throughout Africa.

Since being inspired by the work of IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) and the people of Amboseli, Lynn Frankel Fleetwood now dedicates her time and energy to raising awareness and funds to help highlight this global elephant crisis.

100% of Lynn’s net proceeds will be donated to IFAW.