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Kimberley Foundation Australia Landcare Tasmania Inc. Orangutan Project, The Perth Region NRM Inc


www.perthregionnrm.com Sea Turtle Foundation


www.seaturtlefoundation.org Sustainable Living Foundation


www.slf.org.au


Taronga Conservation Society Australia Tasmanian Land Conservancy


www.tasland.org.au Trust for Nature (Victoria) www.trustfornature.org.au


CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENT L4 71 Collins St Melbourne VIC 3000


PO Box 4791 Bathurst St Hobart TAS 7000 PO Box 1414 South Perth WA 6951


80 Great Northern Highway Middle Swan WA 6056


Cas Bennetto CEO 03 9653 3780 *


Matthew Pitt Executive Officer 03 6234 7117 * Kelvin Davies Fundraising Manager 1300 733 273 * Preeti Castle Communications Manager 08 9374 3333


Independent, not-for-profit organisation managing our natural resources: land, water, marine and biological systems. PO Box 1190 Townsville QLD 4810


Donate, become a member or corporate partner and help us ensure there are Turtles for Tomorrow. L6 225 Bourke St Melbourne VIC 3000


The Sustainable Living Foundation aims to accelerate the uptake of sustainable living within the general community. PO Box 20 Mosman NSW 2088


L5/379 Collins St Melbourne VIC 3000 Working to protect native plants and wildlife forever.


Thank you for helping us deliver real change in our community


184,000+ nati ve seedlings planted 9,000+ volunteer hours contributed 3,000+ individuals engaged in projects


Julie Traweek Project Manager 07 4721 2699 * Luke Taylor Director 03 9249 1888 *


Fran O’Brien Bequest Manager 02 9978 4573 *


PO Box 2112 Lower Sandy Bay TAS 7005 James Hattam Philanthropy and Engagement Manager 03 6225 1399 * Protecting threatened species and ecosystems by buying and managing private land in Tasmania.


Amelia Easdale Supporter Services Officer 03 8631 5888 *


Make your social responsibility goals real.


• Engage staff and community through corporate planti ng days • Direct access to land areas and community groups • Add value to carbon off set programs


Contact Lisa Pott er, Chief Executi ve Offi cer lisa.pott er@perthregionnrm.com


perthregionnrm.com


Saving Australian wildlife one step at a time


FAME is the only organisation dedicated to saving Australia’s most endangered species. www.fame.org.au¦(08) 8374 1744


You can contribute to Australia’s Future


A gift in your Will can make a huge difference to Australia’s precious wilderness and create a brighter future for your loved ones. With your support the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife will buy land to grow our parks and fund projects that protect our plants and animals. Call 02 9221 1949 or email bequest@fnpw.org.au to discuss leaving a bequest. www.fnpw.org.au


Did you know Australia has the worst mammal extinction rate in the world? Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) is dedicated to saving Australia’s threatened wildlife, delivering large-scale practical land management informed by world class science.


Our 23 sanctuaries cover 3 million hectares, protecting some of the largest remaining populations of Australia’s most threatened species including the Bilby and Gouldian Finch. Your tax deductible donation will help provide a more secure future for Australia’s wildlife.


Please help save Australia’s threatened wildlife before it’s too late visit www.australianwildlife.org or phone 08 9380 9633


For more information on each organisation visit www.probonoaustralia.com.au * Denotes Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) Status 45


EXTINCTION IS NOT AN OPTION!


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