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A volunteer holds a joey black-flanked rock-wallaby. Mt Caroline in Southwest Australia © Phil Lewis / WWF-Aus

A volunteer holds a black-flanked rock-wallaby, Mt Caroline © Phil Lewis / WWF-Aus

WWF statement on Fundraising Suppliers

09 Dec 2016


WWF believes in a fair go for workers, including those working for contract fundraising companies on our behalf.

The commitment of these workers enables organisations like WWF to raise the much needed funds required to support their vital work.

WWF does not condone the unlawful treatment of workers and is very concerned about allegations of potential mistreatment in its supply chain.

Over the last few months, WWF-Australia has conducted a detailed review of our fundraising suppliers to ensure conditions for workers in our supply chain are legal, fair and ethical.


As a result we have developed a new compliance framework that will strengthen new and existing contracts with fundraising suppliers.

We are deeply grateful to those who fundraise on behalf of WWF to help us protect species and environments for the future of all Australians.


WWF-Australia Media Contact:
Paula Kruger, Senior Manager News and Public Affairs, 0407 067 303


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