Nature needs our help now more than ever. Please donate now.
Dympna Cullen releasing a crest-tailed mulgara; photo Jack Dickson
You will be able to make donations on our website soon. If you would like to donate now please contact us on 08 8340 2880 or email us at [email protected]
With so much important conservation work to do, it’s vital that we continue delivering positive outcomes for nature today and into the future. Your donation can help our most vulnerable native species to survive - on our nature reserves, at environmental watering sites along the River Murray or in iconic locations like Kangaroo Island.
Together we can help sustain South Australia’s unique biodiversity and deliver the best possible science-based outcomes for conservation.
Help us protect, conserve and restore the ecosystems that support nature today with a tax-deductible donation. Without you, we couldn’t do what we do! There are a wide range of conservation programs and you can choose how to help with your donation.
Water for Nature
Together with South Australian communities, we deliver community-driven projects to improve the health of River Murray wetlands and floodplains.
Kids on Country
The Kids on Country program improves wellbeing, teaches life skills, builds confidence “on country” and sparks interest in conservation and land management.
Perpetual Endowment Fund
The Perpetual Endowment Fund builds a financial reserve for future research and conservation work.
Professor Mike Bull Research Fund
The late Professor Michael Bull has left a wonderful legacy in animal behaviour, ecology and conservation.
Wildlife Recovery Fund
Please give generously to help our wildlife recover from devastating bushfires in South Australia.
Glossy Black Cockatoo Recovery Program
The Glossy Black-cockatoo has its last refuge on Kangaroo Island.
Native Plant Nursery
We provide fire affected landholders with a diverse range of KI’s native plants.
Feral Cat Eradication Program
You can help Kangaroo Island to protect its precious wildlife.
Australian Sea Lion Fund
The Australian sea lion is now one of the rarest seal species in the world.