Can't decide? We got you. By donating to the Conservation fund, we will donate across the charities working on this area of impact.
WAI is the Māori word for water. It also stands for Water Action Initiative. It’s WAI Wanaka’s mission to safeguard and enhance water quality, ecosystem function and biodiversity within the Upper Clutha basin.
The Windy Hill Sanctuary and Aotea Community Native Plant Nursery have spent 22 years ecologically restoring the south eastern area of Great Barrier Island.
Wild School exists to nurture Wonder and Wellness in kiwi kids.
Tiritiri Matangi Island is a world leader in community and government-led conservation and restoration initiatives.
To contribute to the worldwide conservation of the Great White Shark, Carcharodon carcharias. To increase public awareness, dispel the myths about the great white shark and provide some hope for the species survival.
Our mission is to engage with New Zealanders to ensure our biodiversity promotes a thriving moth and butterfly population.
We are all about getting people ‘into wetlands’ through education, networking, training and information sharing, and through field outings and wetland trails to help people visit and enjoy wetlands.
We support people and businesses to value the environment by prioritising sustainability.
We're on a mission to end the climate emergency by inspiring impactful everyday giving.
Nature School NZ Trust run empowering Nature Play programmes for children. We support children to grow in self confidence, resilience, kaitiakitanga for people and for nature.
Community-based native plant nursery which specialises in propagating plants of local origin for the restoration of habitats in the Upper Clutha Basin
Matuku Link in Bethells/Te Henga, West Auckland will close the gap between three conservation projects to provide a safe link for birds and wildlife.
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