Some of the projects we are supporting need to attract additional funds to complete all the work they are planning.
If you’d like to join us as a co-funding partner of a Predator Free project, we would welcome your involvement.
Contact us and we’ll provide more details and put you in touch with the right people.
Capital Kiwi Trust
Additional funding is required to create predator-free habitats and enable kiwi to return to the hills around Wellington.
Te Kowowai o Waiheke Trust
Additional funding is required for Waiheke’s ambitious programme to remove stoats and rats from the 21,500 ha island.
Predator Free Dunedin Charitable Trust
Additional funding is required to eradicate and suppress predators in landscapes around Otago Peninsula and the Orokonui Ecosanctuary.
Pureora Forest Project
Additional funding is required to create a 28,000 ha possum-free zone and buffer area to restore Pureora Forest’s biodiversity-rich ecosystem and enable kokako to return to their historical range.
D’Urville Island Stoat Eradication Charitable Trust
Additional funding is required to enable New Zealand’s largest stoat eradication project, making D’Urville safe for little spotted kiwi, yellow-crowned parakeets and South Island kaka.