WWF-Australia

WWF is the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organisation with close to five million supporters active in more than 100 countries. WWF’s mission is to stop the degradation of the environment and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature by:

• conserving the world's biological diversity;

• ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable; and

• promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption.

WWF-Australia conserves Australia's plants and animals, by ending land clearing, addressing climate change, and preserving and protecting freshwater, marine and land environments. This is achieved by working on the ground with local communities, and in partnership with government and industry, using the best science to advocate change and effective conservation policy.

For more information visit wwf.org.au or email our Workplace Giving Coordinator, Saskia sek@wwf.org.au

 
 
 
 

 
 
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AUD $10

Help Wwf Protect Elephants In The Wild.

Due to habitat loss and fragmentation, and major elephant-human conflict in areas where forest has been converted for agricultural use, the Borneo ... Read More

AUD $15

Save Koalas From Tree Clearing

Koalas are in crisis in New South Wales, where the government has further weakened tree-clearing laws, greenlighting the destruction of koala habit... Read More

AUD $29

Send A Turtle To Rehab

The endangered green turtle is one of seven marine turtle species, six of which are found in Australian waters. It is our duty to protect the marin... Read More

AUD $49

Save Pandas | Help Protect Our Most Icon...

As few as 1,864 giant pandas remain in the wild. Their habitat is shrinking and they are still at risk. Help protect their forest home - start maki... Read More

AUD $69

Help Protect Orang-Utans.

Orangutans are disappearing at an alarming rate & clinging to survival. In Borneo, orangutans are now critically endangered. Help protect these... Read More

AUD $300

Help Protect The Great Barrier Reef And ...

Poor water quality, coupled with a changing climate, means the Great Barrier Reef and its inhabitants, are under unprecedented stress. Since 1985 a... Read More