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Wildlife Asia

Contact

Name: Clare Campbell

Position: Executive Director

Email: clare.campbell@wildlifeasia.org.au

Address

28A Milroy St

Willagee

Perth 6156

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Our Mission / Objective

The primary objective of Wildlife Asia is the protection and enhancement of the natural habitat of orangutans, gibbons, Asian rhinos, bears, tigers, elephants and other Asian wildlife.

As we move through the 21st Century, conservation of wildlife has become a flagship for change, as the destruction of rainforest becomes a major driver of global warming. Whilst talk of broad scale solutions dominate political agendas, we continue to see very little on ground action, or the necessary effective large scale activities from either governments or large well established Non-Government Organisations (NGO). Projects that genuinely support this required change are largely undertaken by small species specific NGOs, many of whom fight to protect small habitat areas critical to their species.

Protection of forest is critical to life and the current rate of destruction cannot be sustained. This is not only scientifically proven but to the average person is plainly apparent as the consequences of global warming devastate communities. We know it needs to stop and on a personal level most of us are prepared to start making those small changes. But will it be too little too late?

Wildlife Asia is a collaboration between grass roots but highly effective conservation organisations. These organisations have grown and developed as both lean and efficient, generating significant funding for species focused projects throughout South East Asia. Recognising the need to address the large scale conservation initiatives, it makes sense to pool resources and administrate under one banner. Wildlife Asia also provides the opportunity to present to donors a broader focused delivery and more appealing sponsorship and donation options.

Wildlife Asia is rapidly becoming a recognisable and trusted brand through the demonstration of genuine and successful projects that truly improve the state of our planet.

Welcome on board as we work together for a sustainable future!

Projects in Progress

Wildlife Asia and its field programs are active throughout Southeast Asia in:

• wildlife and habitat protection, through the operation of Wildlife Protection and Anti-poaching units as well as the purchase and designation of protected areas.

• wildlife conservation (in particular orangutans, rhinos, bears, gibbons, tigers and elephants) through rescue, rehabilitation and reintroduction programs and

• sustainable development for local communities including education and alternative livelihood development.

Wildlife Asia member organisations include:

Wildlife in Asia is reaching a crisis point. Due to habitat loss and poaching many species have their backs against the wall. This new holistic approach will give the Australian private, philanthropist and business communities the opportunity to contribute to broad reaching support for wildlife in Asia, backed by six of Australia’s premier conservation charities. Formed by four of the most efficient conservation charities within Australia, Wildlife Asia has created even more efficiencies through ‘shared services’, to ensure that even more of every dollar raised can go straight to the field.

More information on our projects can be obtained at http://www.wildlifeasia.org.au

Our People

CEO

Clare Campbell, Director

Leadership Team

 

 

 

 

Names of Board Members

President: Leif Cocks

Vice President: Matt Hunt

Secretary: Sophie Dentrinos

Treasurer: Clare Campbell

Registration Information

ABN

32 143 935 769

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

There is no tomorrow for these species if we don’t act today. Bequests can help us increase anti-poaching efforts and secure land for the long term protection of magnificent species such as rhinos, orangutans, tigers, elephants, gibbons and bears.

Fewer than 75 Sumatran rhinos and 50 Javan rhinos remain due to poaching and habitat loss. Tigers continue to be poached for their skins, elephants for their ivory, bears for their bile and gibbons for the pet trade.

Over 1000 orangutans are slaughtered every year, victims of the greed-driven palm oil industry. Today’s frightening rate of forest destruction is leading us to a disaster of catastrophic proportions for wildlife, local communities and the health of the global environment.

Leave a legacy for your children and grandchildren and help us to turn the tide.

Other support

General Donations

100% of donations to Wildlife Asia go to our field programs protecting wildlife and habitat.

You can make one off or reoccurring donations via our website.

http://www.wildlifeasia.org.au/donate/

Corporate Sponsorship

Corporate sponsorship is a fantastic opportunity for your business to show your clients that you are giving something back and ensuring a more sustainable future. With opportunities for cross promotion this can be a mutually beneficial arrangement, providing us with regular support to commit to field projects as well as positive promotion of your company. Corporate social responsibility is rapidly growing and Wildlife Asia can offer the broad scale solution to wildlife and habitat conservation, issues that are important to many of your staff and client.

Here are some great reasons why you should consider us;

  • We actually do something. We might not have the worlds greatest website or produce glossy marketing materials but we do make a difference!
  • 100% of your donation will go towards our field projects, providing direct protection for wildlife and habitat
  • Wildlife Asia is an Australian born and based NGO, operating on minimal administrative overheads. Your dollar will go further!
  • Wildlife Asia was formed as a partnership between some of Australia’s most respected and effective species focused groups and is managed by leading conservationists, each with over 15 years experience.
  • Uniting your workplace in a  common cause can be a fantastic team building activity and even help improve productivity.

We can offer different levels of sponsorship, workplace giving schemes or fund matching opportunities.

If your company would like to work with us and discuss options, please contact our Director at clare.campbell@wildlifeasia.org.au or (+61) 0438992325.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Wildlife Asia can provide information on field based volunteer opportunities offered by some of our partners. We also need Australian based volunteers to assist with fundraising and events.

If you have administrative, IT, graphic design or marketing skills please contact us today at mailto:info@wildlifeasia.org.au

 

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

The primary objective of Wildlife Asia is the protection and enhancement of the natural habitat of orangutans, gibbons, Asian rhinos, bears, tigers, elephants and other Asian wildlife.

As we move through the 21st Century, conservation of wildlife has become a flagship for change, as the destruction of rainforest becomes a major driver of global warming. Whilst talk of broad scale solutions dominate political agendas, we continue to see very little on ground action, or the necessary effective large scale activities from either governments or large well established Non-Government Organisations (NGO). Projects that genuinely support this required change are largely undertaken by small species specific NGOs, many of whom fight to protect small habitat areas critical to their species.

Protection of forest is critical to life and the current rate of destruction cannot be sustained. This is not only scientifically proven but to the average person is plainly apparent as the consequences of global warming devastate communities. We know it needs to stop and on a personal level most of us are prepared to start making those small changes. But will it be too little too late?

Wildlife Asia is a collaboration between grass roots but highly effective conservation organisations. These organisations have grown and developed as both lean and efficient, generating significant funding for species focused projects throughout South East Asia. Recognising the need to address the large scale conservation initiatives, it makes sense to pool resources and administrate under one banner. Wildlife Asia also provides the opportunity to present to donors a broader focused delivery and more appealing sponsorship and donation options.

Wildlife Asia is rapidly becoming a recognisable and trusted brand through the demonstration of genuine and successful projects that truly improve the state of our planet.

Welcome on board as we work together for a sustainable future!

Projects in Progress

Wildlife Asia and its field programs are active throughout Southeast Asia in:

• wildlife and habitat protection, through the operation of Wildlife Protection and Anti-poaching units as well as the purchase and designation of protected areas.

• wildlife conservation (in particular orangutans, rhinos, bears, gibbons, tigers and elephants) through rescue, rehabilitation and reintroduction programs and

• sustainable development for local communities including education and alternative livelihood development.

Wildlife Asia member organisations include:

Wildlife in Asia is reaching a crisis point. Due to habitat loss and poaching many species have their backs against the wall. This new holistic approach will give the Australian private, philanthropist and business communities the opportunity to contribute to broad reaching support for wildlife in Asia, backed by six of Australia’s premier conservation charities. Formed by four of the most efficient conservation charities within Australia, Wildlife Asia has created even more efficiencies through ‘shared services’, to ensure that even more of every dollar raised can go straight to the field.

More information on our projects can be obtained at http://www.wildlifeasia.org.au

Our People

CEO

Clare Campbell, Director

Leadership Team

 

 

 

 

Names of Board Members

President: Leif Cocks

Vice President: Matt Hunt

Secretary: Sophie Dentrinos

Treasurer: Clare Campbell

Registration Information

ABN

32 143 935 769

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

There is no tomorrow for these species if we don’t act today. Bequests can help us increase anti-poaching efforts and secure land for the long term protection of magnificent species such as rhinos, orangutans, tigers, elephants, gibbons and bears.

Fewer than 75 Sumatran rhinos and 50 Javan rhinos remain due to poaching and habitat loss. Tigers continue to be poached for their skins, elephants for their ivory, bears for their bile and gibbons for the pet trade.

Over 1000 orangutans are slaughtered every year, victims of the greed-driven palm oil industry. Today’s frightening rate of forest destruction is leading us to a disaster of catastrophic proportions for wildlife, local communities and the health of the global environment.

Leave a legacy for your children and grandchildren and help us to turn the tide.

Other support

General Donations

100% of donations to Wildlife Asia go to our field programs protecting wildlife and habitat.

You can make one off or reoccurring donations via our website.

http://www.wildlifeasia.org.au/donate/

Corporate Sponsorship

Corporate sponsorship is a fantastic opportunity for your business to show your clients that you are giving something back and ensuring a more sustainable future. With opportunities for cross promotion this can be a mutually beneficial arrangement, providing us with regular support to commit to field projects as well as positive promotion of your company. Corporate social responsibility is rapidly growing and Wildlife Asia can offer the broad scale solution to wildlife and habitat conservation, issues that are important to many of your staff and client.

Here are some great reasons why you should consider us;

  • We actually do something. We might not have the worlds greatest website or produce glossy marketing materials but we do make a difference!
  • 100% of your donation will go towards our field projects, providing direct protection for wildlife and habitat
  • Wildlife Asia is an Australian born and based NGO, operating on minimal administrative overheads. Your dollar will go further!
  • Wildlife Asia was formed as a partnership between some of Australia’s most respected and effective species focused groups and is managed by leading conservationists, each with over 15 years experience.
  • Uniting your workplace in a  common cause can be a fantastic team building activity and even help improve productivity.

We can offer different levels of sponsorship, workplace giving schemes or fund matching opportunities.

If your company would like to work with us and discuss options, please contact our Director at clare.campbell@wildlifeasia.org.au or (+61) 0438992325.

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Wildlife Asia can provide information on field based volunteer opportunities offered by some of our partners. We also need Australian based volunteers to assist with fundraising and events.

If you have administrative, IT, graphic design or marketing skills please contact us today at mailto:info@wildlifeasia.org.au

 

Our Annual Reports

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