Aon Charitable Foundation empowers local communities

Photo of Aon employees in Brisbane

Aon Charitable Foundation’s Empowering Communities Day 2016 was held this year on June 15th.  A day when Aon employees across Australia engage in charitable activities.  As part of this initiative Aon employees volunteered across a number of states to support Conservation Volunteers Australia threatened species program Wild Futures.                                           Conservation Volunteers Australia led Aon employees in a range of Wild Futures activities […]

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How Melbourne Airport is helping save the Eastern Barred Bandicoot

Photo of Eastern Barred Bandicoot

Melbourne Airport  partners with Conservation Volunteers Australia to support the Eastern Barred Bandicoot program through their Healthy Habitats program. Melbourne Airport has partnered with Conservation Volunteers Australia since 2013 and is continuing its support of the program for a further two years.      This critical wildlife conservation project is part of our Wild Futures, national wildlife conservation program. The […]

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Celebrate Biodiversity Month with Conservation Volunteers Australia.

The Southern Hairy-nosed Wombat

Calling all organisations to take part  in National Threatened Species Day and Biodiversity month this September Australia wide, we are calling on you and your organisation to GO WILD for Wild Futures by supporting Conservation Volunteers Australia’s national threatened species program, Wild Futures. The Wild Futures program contributes to wildlife conservation in a simple yet […]

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Rewilding the Desert: saving threatened desert species

Little Desert landscape

Many Australians may be unaware of the extinction crisis facing our wildlife, with 31% of Australia’s mammals and 14% of Australia’s birds extinct or critically threatened. Despite the efforts of communities, researchers, businesses and governments, Australia is the global leader in species extinction. Providing a solution to desert species extinction Conservation Volunteers and FAUNA Research […]

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Kathmandu Spring Break protects significant sites in Australian and New Zealand this Spring

Kathmandu Summit Club Volunteers

Kathmandu and Conservation Volunteers Australia have partnered during 2015 for a Spring Break Campaign. Kathmandu and Conservation Volunteers share a commitment to protect our natural environment. Members of the Kathmandu Summit Club are invited to get together outside and make a difference volunteering at one of seven conservation projects across Australia and New Zealand. Kathmandu […]

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Aon Charitable Foundation renews partnership with Conservation Volunteers Australia for a seventh year

Aon volunteers at their Global Volunteering Day at the Sunshine Coast. June 2015

Aon Charitable Foundation and Conservation Volunteers Australia have been in partnership since 2009 and are pleased to extend the partnership into 2016. Aon is recognised as the leading global provider in risk management services, insurance and reinsurance brokerage. Aon supports our threatened species program Wild Futures, and provides employees with opportunities to volunteer at significant […]

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Tata Consultancy Services joins Conservation Volunteers Australia to support local conservation projects

Tata Consultancy Services planting near Bendigo, Victoria

Tata Consultancy Services (TSC) and Conservation Volunteers Australia have partnered for a one year program to enable their employees and clients to make meaningful social and environmental contributions to those communities within which they operate. Tata Consultancy Services are a global leader in IT Services, consulting and business solutions. The employee engagement program will deliver […]

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Melbourne Airport supports a Healthy Habitat program for endangered bandicoot populations

Bandicoot monitoring at Woodlands Historic Park

Melbourne Airport has partnered with Conservation Volunteers Australia since to deliver the Healthy Habitats program in partnership with Parks Victoria, the Eastern Barred Bandicoot Recovery Team, Zoos Victoria, the Department of Environment and Primary Industries and the University of Melbourne. This program is a critical part of CVA’s national wildlife conservation program, Wild Futures. The […]

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