The Grand Plan
With your help, assisting in the protection of wildlife and wildlife habitat throughout Australia.
For every T-shirt, Book, E-Book, software package, Print, Enclosure background or Photograph on canvas or timber purchased a large % of the profit from every item sold will be donated to Australian Wildlife Conservancy.
Donations will be made monthly where possible (If the amount is zero or insignificant donations may be held over) and total donation amounts will be updated here on the site also on a monthly basis.
Donation Total as at June 30th 2022 $ 2425.00
A donation of
$2.50 for every T-Shirt purchased.
$0.25 for every print purchased.
$2.50 for every book (Frogs of the Sunshine Coast Region) purchased. $2.50 for every book (Snakes of the Sunshine Coast Region) purchased.
T.B.A $ for every software package purchased.
T.B.A for every enclosure background purchased.
T.B.A $ for every photograph on canvas or timber.
Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC) is the largest non-profit owner of land for conservation in Australia, protecting endangered wildlife across more than 3.15 million hectares in iconic locations such as the Kimberley, the Top End, Cape York and the central deserts.
AWC is implementing a new model for conservation: delivering large-scale, practical land management (such as feral animal control, fire management), informed by world class science.
AWC was established because Australia has the worst mammal extinction rate in the world and a very high proportion of our surviving animals and plants (over 1,700 species) are threatened with extinction. However AWC’s approach is successfully halting and reversing the tide of extinctions in this country. AWC now protects more native animal species (and more threatened species) than any other non-government organisation in Australia.
AWC’s commitment to conservation is also reflected in the fact that it invests around 85% of its total income in conservation, with only 15% spent on marketing and administration combined.
To support AWC, please visit www.australianwildlife.org