HELP SAVE ENDANGERED SPECIES
Please make your urgent, tax-deductible donation today & help protect our most precious species and places
Protecting the home, food & safety of threatened species
Australia has already lost more mammal species in the last 200 years than every other country in the world combined. Koalas are declining at a rate of 21% per decade and could be gone from the wild in NSW by 2050, along with many other uniquely Australian species who are losing their forest homes. Global wildlife populations have declined by 60% since 1970 . Tigers are endangered and on the brink of extinction – with as few as 3,900 left in the wild. In Borneo, orangutans are losing their homes and their lives - they’re now listed as critically endangered. But you can help.
Will you join the fight to save our planet?
WWF-Australia is part of the WWF International Network, the world's leading, independent conservation organisation. Founded in 1961 we are active in over 100 countries and have close to five million supporters globally. In Australia and throughout the oceanic region, we work with governments, businesses and communities so that people and nature can thrive. Join the fight to save our planet today by supporting WWF-Australia and giving a huge boost to our conservation work. Your tax-deductible gift is an investment in our planet now and for the future. Please give generously today - we'll put your gift to immediate use and send your receipt straight to your inbox.
*You may be eligible for a tax-deduction for your donation over $2. The above figured are based on the Australian Tax Office 2020/21 Income Tax Rates (excluding the Medicare levy). The exact level of your tax-deductibility may vary depending on your individual financial circumstances. Amounts shown above are only a guide - you should seek assistance from a taxation professional for formal guidelines.
WWF works in partnership with a variety of organisations, communities and individuals to protect endangered species most in need. While we might focus our efforts on charismatic animals — like tigers, orangutans, snow leopards, koalas, rock-wallabies, black cockatoos, quolls and marine turtles— their protection enhances the survival of many other species. Entire landscapes and ecosystems benefit from our approach.
Panthera tigris altaica
Great white shark
Elephas maximus indicus
Pygmy three-toed sloth
Balaenoptera, Balaena, Eschrichtius, and Eubalaen
Pongo abelii, Pongo pygmaeus
African wild dog
Eastern lowland gorilla
Gorilla gorilla diehli
Greater one-horned rhino