The commitment, goodwill and enthusiasm of private donors have made the Gondwana Link program and all its achievements possible.
That is what gave us the ability to promote a leading edge approach to nature conservation and ecosystem restoration, and with the help of so many others achieve significant ‘proof of concept’ projects on the ground. That’s what has enabled us to keep going and growing the work.
The initial private funding has also been critical in attracting considerable public funding, sourced by groups from the Australian and Western Australian Governments through their various programs and projects, such as National Heritage Trust, National Reserves System, Caring for Our Country, the National Landcare Program, the State NRM Program and the Regional Arts Network. Commercial funding is also starting to arrive, such as through carbon sequestration programs and investment in multi-species sandalwood.
This deliberately diverse mix of funding allows for flexibility, strategic focus and continuity in achieving the Gondwana Link vision.
Helping achieve success across all of Gondwana Link
But we’d just like to make a small point. The cost of achieving specific projects is different to the cost of maintaining a cohesive program over many years. After all the successes we still struggle each year to cover our modest but essential core operating costs, even though we have continued to lead a large and evergrowing program with a very small team. Less than 10% of what has been raised goes into running the overall program, but they are the most essential dollars.
Your support to maintain the core program would be greatly appreciated.
But wait, there’s more! You can get a tax deduction while we get to continue the good work, and attract much larger project dollars.
Gondwana Link Ltd and the Gondwana Link Public Fund are registered with the Australian Government as a Deductible Gift Recipient and all donations over $2 are tax-deductible.
Supporting the groups working to achieve Gondwana Link
Your donations can also make a real difference on the ground in key sections of the Link. If you browse this website and like what specific groups are doing, feel free to contact those groups for details on how you can contribute to their Gondwana Link work.