We are proud to support and empower conservation initiatives aimed at ecosystem and species protection. Below are some of the organisations we support.
About: WIRES (NSW Wildlife Information, Rescue and Education Service Inc) is Australia’s largest wildlife rescue organisation. Its mission is to actively rehabilitate and preserve Australian wildlife and encourage others to do the same. The organisation has been rescuing and Rehabilitating wildlife for over 30 years.
EARTH ALLIANCE AMAZON FOREST FUND
Community support & relief
Indigenous land protection
About: Earth Alliance formed an emergency Amazon Forest Fund to focus critical resources on the key protections needed to maintain the ‘lungs of the planet’. Funds are being distributed directly to indigenous communities and other local partners combating the fires, protecting indigenous lands, and providing relief to the communities impacted
AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE CONSERVANCY
Wildlife protection & translocation
Feral species control
About: Australian Wildlife Conservancy is the largest private land owner for conservation in Australia. It focusses on protecting endangered wildlife across more than 6.5 million hectares in iconic regions such as the Kimberly, Cape York, Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre and the Top End.
THE NATURE CONSERVANCY
Land & water protection
Food & water sustainability
About: The Nature Conservancy is a global environmental non-profit working to create a world where people and nature can thrive. Founded in 1951, it has grown to become one of the most effective and wide-reaching environmental organisations in the world. It impacts conservation in 79 countries and territories around the globe.
GOPHER TORTOISE CONSERVATION INITIATIVE
About: The Gopher Tortoise Conservation Initiative seeks to permanently protect at least 65 viable gopher tortoise populations by 2020. To do this they are raising funds to protect 100,000 acres of gopher tortoise habitat in Georgia, Atlanta, USA.
SOUTHERN AFRICAN WILDLIFE COLLEGE
Saving Endangered Species
About: Specialising in conservation education, training and skills development as well as wildlife management, the SAWC provides training to students across Southern Africa as well as internationally, with up to 2000 students trained per year. The poaching crisis has put an even greater responsibility on the SAWC to equip their students with the appropriate skills to tackle poaching at every level
LOCAL OCEAN CONSERVATION
Saving endangered sea turtles
Rehabilitating injured sea turtles
About: Local Ocean Conservation was established with the aim of protecting nesting sea turtles. This unique program has rescued over 15,000 turtles since 2000 and has been instrumental in not only conserving sea turtles, but also in establishing critical education and community outreach programs.