We need your help to save Australia’s threatened wildlife from extinction. Your eligible tax-deductible gift to AWC can now be doubled under the
$2 million matching challenge. Please donate before 30 June and make a difference where it counts – in the field.
Inspired by AWC’s innovative work, The JAAM Foundation and The Martin Copley Will Trust have joined forces to make a stunning offer to match eligible donations up to a total of $2 million.
Australia is facing an extinction crisis. Right now, 1,800 Australian animals and plants are at risk of being added to Australia’s appalling extinction record. Predation by feral cats and foxes, poor fire management and feral herbivores are key factors driving the planet’s highest rate of mammal extinctions. AWC is implementing a radical new conservation model that works. Our science-based metrics, which track the population of key species and our success in reducing key threats, show we are bucking the trend, delivering great ecological outcomes for wildlife like the Bilby, Northern Quoll and Purple-crowned Fairy-wren. Importantly, we are producing a higher return at a lower cost.
The JAAM Foundation and The Martin Copley Will Trust will match all eligible donations made by 30 June 2019 up to a total of $2 million.
Eligible donations to any AWC project will be matched as follows:
Your eligible gift will be doubled under the $2 million Matching Challenge.
Please donate below or by calling AWC head office on (08) 9380 9633. All donations made to AWC of $2 or more are tax deductible.
All donations of AU$2 or more to AWC are tax deductible within Australia. All our supporters receive our regular newsletter, Wildlife Matters and periodic e-news and are welcome to participate in AWC events and volunteer programs.
You can phone in your donation by calling us on
+61 (08) 9380 9633
Download a donation form below and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or mail your donation form to us at Reply Paid 8070 Subiaco East WA 6008 Australia, with your cheque/money order made payable to “Australian Wildlife Conservancy Fund”.