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Partnerships

Conservation Volunteers works in partnership with all levels of government, the corporate sector and community groups to tackle important environmental and wildlife conservation projects. We believe in working in long-term, meaningful partnerships that focus on involving people in achieving practical conservation outcomes.

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Our ability to involve volunteers in important environment projects is dependent on our partners who support us. This makes it essential for us to work together and we welcome conversations to explore opportunities to partner with you!

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Partnership News

Re-wilding the Desert: saving threatened desert species

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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Restoring the Great Barrier Reef’s catchments and coastal wetlands

The iconic Great Barrier Reef, Australia’s most celebrated natural wonder, relies on healthy catchments and coastal wetlands. This month the Reef, its catchments and wetlands received a major boost with the announcement of a $4 million restoration initiative. Conservation Volunteers Australia and their new partner organization WetlandCare Australia will be working with Greening Australia and […]
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Join Our Business Clean Up Day Challenge

Conservation Volunteers Australia is hosting its first ever Business Clean-Up Day Challenge, part of a Clean Up Australia Day initiative across the country in March 2016.  On Tuesday, 1 March, organisations around Australia will take part in the clean up challenge at key locations around Australia. Teams will be challenged to clean up as much rubbish as they can […]
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Support Conservation Volunteers and recycle with TerraCycle

You can now recycle your unwanted goods and support the work of Conservation Volunteers all at the same time! TerraCycle’s goal is to eliminate the idea of waste by engaging consumers in the collection of non-recyclable product and packaging waste. For every piece of waste collected you can donate two cents to Conservation Volunteers. In […]
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Kathmandu Spring Break protects significant sites in Australian and New Zealand this Spring

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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BMA Hay Point Foreshore Revegetation Project will continue for another year

Conservation Volunteers Australia and BMA Hay Point Services are pleased to announce the extension of the partnership, committing to an eighth year. Hay Point Foreshore Revegetation Project Hay Point Foreshore is a stretch of quiet, sandy beach and luxuriant vegetation overlooking the turquoise waters of the Coral Sea. It is also critically endangered ‘beach scrub’ […]
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Stockland joins Conservation Volunteers Australia to develop and support local environmental programs within their communities

Stockland has formed a three year partnership with Conservation Volunteers Australia commencing in July 2015, linking their employees with environmental projects. Stockland Corporation is a property development company with business in shopping centres, housing and industrial estates and retirement villages. Stockland have a long term commitment to create places that meet the needs of their […]
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Telstra and Conservation Volunteers Australia partner to support the ANZAC Living Memorial Program

Telstra is a key supporter of Conservation Volunteers Australia, assisting with the delivery of meaningful conservation outcomes in Australia’s unique environments. Commencing in 2014, more than 1,000 Telstra employees contributed to on-ground initiatives through a national volunteering program which included tree planting, heritage restoration activities and protection of habitats in iconic and significant sites throughout […]
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Forestry Corporation of NSW continues their support of the Communities in Forests Program

Conservation Volunteers Australia are celebrating the continuation of the Communities in Forests program with Forestry Corporation of NSW, renewing the partnership for another three years. In 2012 Forestry Corporation of NSW and Conservation Volunteers Australia celebrated 10 years of its innovative partnership and the delivery of over 100 weeks of conservation projects across forests in NSW. […]
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Aon Charitable Foundation renews partnership with Conservation Volunteers Australia for a seventh year

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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More ways of connecting with us

Employee Volunteering

Conservation Volunteers provides fun, easy and rewarding volunteer opportunities for your employees to get their hands dirty and engage with their natural environment. We have national coverage, can provide a range of activities and cater for different levels of ability and fitness.

Need Help?

We work with community groups, Land Care groups, local government, land owners, and others to help you achieve conservation goals.  We can provide both expertise and managed teams of volunteers to help you with your project.

Payroll Giving

Payroll Giving is one of the single most powerful acts you can do to help us. Payroll Giving means that we can rely on regular financial support, enabling us to plan into the future, budget more effectively and ultimately make a greater difference for our precious natural environment and its inhabitants.

Become a Corporate Member

Becoming a corporate member is a great introduction to Conservation Volunteers with the benefit of knowing you are supporting the protection of our landscapes, wildlife and heritage. Membership benefits include promotion on our website, invitations to member-only events, our newsletter and beautiful conservation calendar annually.

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