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The Trusted Partners

for those with the passion and financial resources to contribute to safeguarding Australia’s natural treasures.
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Our natural heritage

disappears faster every year

The extinction crisis unfolding in front of our eyes.

Australia has the highest rate of mammalian extinction in the world over the last 200 years. More than 50 animal and 60 plant species have been lost, and more than 1,800 plant and animal species and woodlands, forests and wetlands are now at risk of extinction due to the combined pressures of climate change, land use practices, habitat loss and invasive species. FNPW helps concerned Australians who can’t bear to let this happen on our watch to address these issues.

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FNPW Project Grants

Planning a project that will help conserve Australia’s native plants, animals or cultural heritage? A grant from the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife could help you get your project off the ground.

Go to FNPW Grants

Fundraising for FNPW

Our supporters have come up with some incredible and innovative ways to fundraise for Australian conservation. Learn how you can get involved in fundraising in your community or in your workplace.

Interested in fundraising for FNPW?

Corporate Volunteering

Corporate Volunteering is a fabulous way to build team spirit, strengthen bonds, and create memorable experiences while exploring and restoring some of our unique national parks.

Go to Corporate Volunteering

We are leaving a better Australia for our kids

Our national parks are the landscapes of some of our best memories. They are also home to uniquely Australian species found nowhere else on earth. We proudly protect these breathtaking wonderlands for those that come after us.

LEARN WHAT IS AT STAKE

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