TOGETHER WE CAN PROTECT AUSTRALIA’S BIODIVERSITY FOR YEARS TO COME
Volunteering with the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW) will help heal our land, save species and grow national parks in Australia. You can also fund environmental projects that support your sustainability goals. Email email@example.com to discuss.
You can volunteer in two ways:
1 – Recovery Nurseries
Our recovery nurseries will grow and plant over 1 million trees by 2025 in bushfire and flood affected areas, creating environmental resilience in local communities. Volunteers will support the growth of thousands of plants in a single day, repotting seedlings with their team, learning from our experts about native plants and the significant role they play in the local environment. This is a hands-on educational experience.
2 – Heal our National Parks
With restoration sessions that will support the needs of Australia’s national parks. From weeding and removing invasive species, to replanting native species, tracking animal numbers and renovating our cultural heritage. Volunteers will experience the outdoors and make a real difference to the future of Australian animals, plants and heritage spaces. These projects will support your local community and the enjoyment of local parks for all Australians.
- A connection to Australia’s heritage and natural spaces.
- Environmental and biodiversity impact.
- A chance to engage in meaningful work as a team.
- Education on the native plants and animals in the area.
- Contribution towards your sustainability reporting.
Standard costs are $3,500 for upto 20 people, including catering. We can accommodate larger groups at some sites approx $145-$160pp. exc GST.*
HOW TO BOOK
Submit a request to our team in the form below.
We offer standalone sessions, or a program of events over the year, working with you to understand your needs, timings and to find opportunities in your local area.
Volunteers play a huge part in ensuring Australia’s natural places are cherished for generations to come. Join us to #VolunteerforImpact.