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We are one of Australia’s oldest, most trusted conservation organisations. We work to empower people to make a meaningful difference to nature no matter where they live, work or play. You can find out more about how we do that here.

Right now we are focused on dealing with the damage and plastic pollution caused by the recent floods in southern Queensland and New South Wales. We need financial support to arrange for safe collection and disposal of the tonnes of plastic that is washing up on beaches, and to begin the slow process of reinstating habitat for wildlife in areas that we had planted around the Lismore area, but which has been damaged and washed away.

Just as importantly, your ongoing donation helps us develop people to become stewards of their environment, creating change that lasts. By supporting us, you’ll be helping to bring back balance to nature, protect threatened species, and improve the well-being of people across Australia.

 

Over the past 5 years, we have helped communities achieve outstanding results, including:

  • Engaging with 12,000 people including students, families, cultural groups and more.
  • Planting almost 1 million trees, grasses and shrubs;
  • Collecting over 1.4 tonnes of native seeds for re-vegetation projects;
  • Clearing more than 37,000 hectares of introduced weed species;
  • Collecting in excess of 280 tonnes of rubbish;
  • Building and maintaining over 245km of walking tracks; and
  • Completing¬†2,300 environmental surveys.

 

Conservation Volunteers Australia is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission ABN 93006058135.

All donations over $2 are tax deductible. More importantly, they make an impact.

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We offer flexible donation options from once off to monthly giving, to help power our work supporting people to take action for nature around Australia.

"Working with Conservation Volunteers Australia has shown me that other people do care. Sometimes it all feels too big, too hard to make a difference. But with the simple things we've been doing, I can see it's possible to bring things back, and seeing the birds returning has been special."

Lou, Volunteer