Upcoming Events

#IWD2020 – Celebrating International Women’s Day & Conservation Volunteers’ Amazing Women!

First celebrated in 1911, International Women’s Day falls on March 8 every year and is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality. The theme for International Women’s Day 2020 is Each for Equal, with a key message […]
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California Exchange Program 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we have made the hard decision to cancel the California Conservation Corps Exchange Program this year.
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Latest News

COVID-19 Update : Limited Capacity & Towards Digital Engagement

This is an update on our work in the context the COVID-19 pandemic.  On 18 March we suspended in-person volunteering due to the risks presented by COVID-19. Now, effective Monday 6th April, several parts of our organisation will be in stand down for four weeks due to further impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on our organisation. This stand down period will […]
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CVA and Alinta Energy Share the Journey Towards a Sustainable Future

Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) is delighted to announce a new national partnership with Alinta Energy, aiming to create real and sustainable impact for people and the environment. Joining CVA as a Campaign Partner, Alinta Energy will contribute to extending, reconnecting and repairing habitats through our Green Links campaign. Their generous support will also allow CVA to work with recovery teams providing community-based solutions to […]
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Building Connections in the West

Our Perth office has been delivering a range of projects over the past year that have focussed on building community connections and fostering a sense of connection with the local environment for both new and long-term residents. The staff have provided a snapshot of two of these projects, as well as the findings of a […]
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Veolia to partner with Conservation Volunteers Australia in Bushfire Recovery Efforts in South Australia

Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) is pleased to announce a new Campaign Partnership with Veolia Environmental Services Australia and New Zealand. Veolia’s contribution will go towards bushfire recovery projects on Kangaroo Island and Cuddle Creek in the Adelaide Hills, which were severely damaged by the recent bushfires. CVA and Veolia will be focusing on two campaigns: […]
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