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WWF-Australia CEO Dermot O'Gorman meeting Ellie the injured echidna that has pneuminitis (lung inflammation) due to heat and smoke inhalation in care with Wildcare in Carwoola, NSW. | © WWF-Australia / Matthew Harris

Philanthropic partnerships

Through a philanthropic partnership you can achieve direct impact and see tangible results in areas of conservation you are passionate about.

 

Our partnership models support both multi-year investments in key projects, offering long-term planning to achieve strategic conservation outcomes; as well as short term projects, allowing immediate on-the-ground support in the case of emergencies or unique opportunities for investment.

 

We are privileged that our amazing supporters and partners invest in our strategic programs and help to ensure their success.

 

For more information on how you can protect and support the species, ecosystems and people you are passionate about through work we’re already undertaking, or a tailor-made package for your interests, please contact us today.

Partner Spotlight

Simon Fenwick is a visionary supporter of our complex work with orangutans in Indonesia. Simon’s relationship with WWF-Australia started in 2017 and has grown to see him become a highly committed partner in our long-term strategic work. Simon explains why he got involved. 

 

“My interest began in 1995, when I watched a documentary on logging in Indonesia. I saw the forest encroachment and the terrible impact that had on orangutans. I sat there and for the first time in my life, I felt genuinely helpless. I didn’t have any money at the time. I was broke. But I’d made up my mind. If I was ever fortunate to have some money, and if this issue was still going, I would get involved. So, fast forward 23 years. I sold out of my business. I was still interested in Indonesia and I thought, who are the people that I can partner with? I looked at a couple of options, but I trusted the WWF brand. I came in and spoke with the WWF team. We went through the situation and that unleashed a series of follow-on conversations that taught me more about what was occurring there. I visited the local team in Indonesia. The high level of planning and accountability WWF displayed there gave me the confidence to commit to the project.” 

 

Bornean orangutan female

 

Through his relationship with WWF, Simon has made a significant multi-year investment in an area of conservation that has captured his passion for nearly 30 years.

For more information on how you can protect and support the species, ecosystems and people you are passionate about please contact partnerships@wwf.org.au

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