Teams at the Island 2015

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.

Become a Partner

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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Affiliates

CVA has a variety of generous partners that help support our priority conservation work either through discounts on products or donations to our organisation. Check out some different ways our partners support us and provide a great deal for you too!

CVA Affiliates

Partnership News

Ingham’s launch a new program supporting local wetlands

This week at sites around Australia and New Zealand, Ingham’s employees are celebrating the launch of a new partnership with Conservation Volunteers. The partnership will provide opportunities for Ingham’s employees, family and friends to participate in environmental projects in wetlands close to their place of work. The Revive Our Wetlands Program managed by Conservation Volunteers with […]
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Koalas and Bandicoots benefit with support from Adobe Foundation

Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) has been grateful to receive funding through the Adobe Foundation for two vitally important projects aimed at protecting Australia’s native species; Sydney’s Koalas Most recently, Adobe supported a study monitoring a koala population just outside Sydney. Our much-loved koala is currently listed as vulnerable to extinction under Australia’s national environment law. […]
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Aurizon Recovery & Restoration in Logan City

In April 2017, the devastating impacts of ex-tropical cyclone Debbie were seen across Queensland. In response to this natural disaster, Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA)  and Aurizon partnered under the Aurizon Community Giving Fund – Aurizon Recovery Grant. The aim of this partnership was to offer volunteer services to help meet the challenge of post-cyclone and […]
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Waves of Success for Woodside Coastal Guardians

What an amazing year Woodside Energy and Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) have had, continuing to assist community groups along the coasts in Perth & Karratha, building capacity and helping to make those large-scale rehabilitation projects possible.  “Volunteer support helps us achieve practical conservation targets such as planting and weeding. Woodside Coastal Guardians enables CVA to […]
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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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