Wildlife Recovery Fund

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Please give generously to help establish a significant fund that will help our wildlife recover from devastating bushfires in South Australia.

While many community groups have mobilised to provide an immediate response to caring for injured wildlife, the Wildlife Recovery Fund will be used to re-establish habitat, particularly for threatened and vulnerable species.

Your donations will go to local landholders, farmers, and community groups in fire affected regions to urgently assist natural regeneration through activities including feral animal and weed control, and fencing. This will give both threatened animal and plant life the best chance of recovery.

Funds will also be directed to restore habitat in fire-devastated national parks – particularly on Kangaroo Island.

The National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia and Nature Foundation SA  – partners for almost 40 years – have again joined forces to establish and manage this fund.

We will work with communities to identify and assess impacts and to prioritise recovery activities.

All donations will be directed to wildlife and habitat restoration and donations $2 and over are tax-deductible. We’ll make sure sound planning, good science and local advice ensures funds raised are put to use quickly in the most important places and achieve the best possible outcomes.

Please donate now to give our wildlife the best chance of recovery.

Total funds recieved to date is $105,433 as at 5pm, 17/01/2020.

Thankyou to everyone who has supported already!

If you can't see the donation form below, please click here.