Towards an avalanche of help for wildlife
T4W supports existing wildlife organizations in doing amazing work with wildlife.
Find out more about the amazing six wildlife charities we support.
Eagles Nest Wildlife Hospital
Persecuted. Hunted to near extinction. Vital to ecological balance. Queensland’s Canis dingo, the Australian purebred Dingo, urgently needs your help. Help them to live in peace and to survive.
Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater
The Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater have worked for the last thirty years to sustain this critically endangered bird which is Victoria’s state avian emblem. Over this time the Friends have managed to see the numbers of Helmeted Honeyeaters in the wild increase from around 50 to over 200.
Our mission is to end the farming of bears for bile in Vietnam and China, to provide sanctuary for the bears and to end the suffering of wild animals in captivity. We also work to ensure humane treatment of dogs and cats. Thank you.
Tenkile Conservation Foundation
TCA is effectively preserving nearly 1% of the remaining primary tropical rainforest in the world. We need your help to keep going at our present level & to grow. Thank you.
Friends of Leadbeater's Possum
The Leadbeater’s Possum is a small, fast moving, nocturnal possum that lives in the Central Highlands region of Victoria to the north-east of Melbourne. It was recently listed as critically endangered in 2015 by the federal government due to loss of species habitat.
Animalia Wildlife Shelter
Animalia Wildlife Shelter is a non-profit organisation which relies on donations to continue the rescue, care and rehabilitation of our injured native wildlife. We need funding to maintain our 24 hour wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centre. Thank you.
It is hoped that T4W can be established such that no one can say “I am concerned about wildlife and the environment but I am only one person, what can I do?”. The analogy suitable for T4W is towards an avalanche of help for wildlife.
The early members will act as if to throw $10 stones on a mountain side. As they aggregate, eventually a trickle will form, then a stream and later a cascade. With good fortune, intentions and actions, an avalanche of help for wildlife will form as long as we have the collective will to make it happen. By many people coming together we should indeed make it happen.
We hope with in the Yarra Valley a good number of businesses will join on condition they provide discounts for members of T4W. This could make it an economic advantage to be a member of T4W.
Want to get started?
Create a one-off membership by pledging to your preferred wildlife cause here.