Making a single, tax-deductible donation to AWC will help us to implement important programs to protect over 1,200 native Australian animal species, including over 300 threatened species and hundreds of ecosystems around the country.
How your donation helps
AWC prides itself on its stewardship of donors' funds. At least 90% of AWC's total expenditure is invested in conservation programs, including land acquisition (AWC's financial statements are audited each year by KPMG and are available on our website).
So rest assured, your donation will make a difference where it counts - in the field where it will help to save our threatened wildlife.
As an AWC supporter, you'll receive our Wildlife Matters publication and special e-bulletins with regular updates on AWC projects. You can also elect not to receive these publications or to receive them all electronically.
Regular monthly gifts help us to plan ahead and reduce our operating costs, ensuring a high percentage of funds are allocated where they can make the biggest difference to our wildlife - in the field.
When you send an e-gift to a friend or loved one, you're also helping to secure the future of some of Australia's rarest species. For as little as $10 you can help us to protect over 56 acres of precious habitat for an entire year and give new hope to Australia's threatened wildlife.
TThe Optus Workplace Giving Program is proof that with Optus anything's possible. This program is designed to allow our employees to make charitable donations directly from their pre-tax salaries. And to show that we care, we are committed to matching our staff's generosity by up to $250,000 per year.
For a charity like Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC), regular donations through workplace giving provide an important source of income – without the administrative costs – so more of the funding gets to where it's needed most.
Learn how you can set up a similar program in your workplace.
Volunteering is an exciting hands-on chance to help AWC's dedicated team of field staff who are working at the front-line to save Australia's threatened wildlife and habitats.
AWC offers a host of volunteering opportunities, ranging from biodiversity surveys to ongoing land management work.