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A Kangaroo Island glossy black-cockatoo in an artificial nest box © WWF-Aus / Paul Fahy

A Kangaroo Island glossy black-cockatoo in an artificial nest box © WWF-Aus / Paul Fahy

Who we partner with

WWF-Australia works with a range of local and global partners to drive real, on the ground conservation results.

Feeling inspired? Get in touch with us today to find out what a partnership with WWF-Australia could look like for you.


Corporate partners

 

Australian Ethical

Axis Toys
Boston Consulting Group Digital Ventures

Bundaberg Rum

Coca Cola Foundation

Coles
ConsenSys

Intrepid

John West

Koala
Lagardère Travel Retail

Lotterywest
Marina Bay Sands
Phillip Island Nature Parks

PodcastOne

Qantas Store
Richmond Football Club
Resource Consult

Royal Caribbean International

Schneider Electric Foundation
Share The Base
T2 Tea
The North Australian Pastoral Company
Tiger Beer

TOMRA
Vision Direct 

Woolworths

 

Philanthropic partners

We are delighted to recognise the extraordinary generosity of the following supporters who made gifts of over $10,000 to WWF-Australia in 2019.


Susan Bannerman
E T A Basan Charitable Trust
Anita and Luca Belgiorno-Nettis Foundation
Bluesand Foundation
Megan Davis and Tony Isaacson
Diversicon Environmental Foundation
RT Edgar Real Estate
Estate of the late James Fairfax AC
Simon Fenwick
Future Generation Investment Company
David and Penny Griffith and Family
Christopher Grubb
Hill Family Conservation Foundation
In memory of Helen Tribe
The Skipper Jacobs Charitable Trust
Dr Bevan Jones
Walter (Tom) Kirsop AM
Miranda Lie and Nicholas Penglase
The Marich Foundation
Anthony Nicholas
Glynn and Graham O'Neill
Paradice Family Foundation
The Purves Environmental Fund
CF – Scott Family Bequest
The Sierra Madre Fund of Maria and Vince Pérez
Christiana Stergiou and Sean Triner
Simon Stevenson
The Tribe Family
Two Monkeys Foundation
Twynam Investments Pty Ltd and the Johnny Kahlbetzer Family

…and numerous donors who have chosen to remain anonymous.
 

Public sector partnerships

WWF-Australia works collaboratively with a number of international development organisations. These relationships extend our reach and recognise that poverty and the environment are inextricably linked.

 

WWF-Australia is accredited with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), under the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP). WWF-Australia is a signatory to the ACFID Code of Conduct, a voluntary, self-regulatory sector code of good practice. We are committed and fully adhere to the ACFID Code of Conduct, conducting our work with transparency, accountability and integrity.

 

Learn more about public sector partnerships.

 

 

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