Aussie Ark acknowledges businesses who supported 2022 pledge campaign

Aussie Ark acknowledges businesses who supported 2022 pledge campaign

In 2022, Aussie Ark embarked on a mission to engage with 22 businesses to pledge $2022 within 2022.

Although the businesses fell short, with just 13, they are taking the time to thank those who donated towards their pledge campaign.

The total amount raised was $26,286, which will directly fund the breeding and rewilding programs run by Aussie Ark for some of Australia’s most iconic endangered species.

Among the list of businesses who pledged their support were:

  • Carol Elaine Art
  • Riki’s Tours Japan
  • SixPivot
  • AGL
  • Morgan Engineering
  • Australian Wildlife Encounters
  • Farey & Co Real Estate
  • Bendigo Bank
  • Warialda
  • Kelly + Partners
  • Oddfish Media
  • Goodwill Building
  • Experts in Conveyancing
  • MG Building & Co

Aussie Ark’s Deputy Managing Director, Liz Gabriel thanked the businesses involved.

“These funds help secure our work into the future, and we can’t thank the businesses enough.”

“It was a chance for businesses to step up and make a measurable difference in the conservation space. Those businesses are now a shining example for others, and a source of inspiration moving forward.”

Liz said Aussie Ark was inspired to run the campaign in direct response to the past four years of disasters that decimated so many Australian species.

“Bushfire infernos, intense drought, global health pandemics, and flash flooding have all served blow after blow to Australian wildlife. Billions of animals have been lost in the last few years alone,” she said.

Liz said more species will continue to be lost as introduced feral predators plague Australian wildlife, and urban sprawl, disease, deforestation and climate change intensify.

The $2022 by 22 businesses in 2022 campaign was a call-to-action that once again strengthened the relationship between the famous conservation organisation and its wider community.

“Aussie Ark is reliant on donation to continue its vital work into the future,” Liz said.

“It’s all about working together for a common goal, and a shared love of our wildlife. This campaign again proved the support we have in our community. In turn, that show of support helps inspire us. So huge thanks to all the businesses who pledged a donation. We can’t do what we do without you!”

IMAGE | Aussie Ark Rangers, Rory Francis and Matt Helm (left-right).

Aussie Ark

As a not-for-profit organisation, Aussie Ark raises the necessary funds to continue its ambitious vision. Investment allows for the construction of captive facilities and predator proof fencing on semi-wild parcels of land.

Aussie Ark is a registered environmental organisation and charitable institution under the Australian Charity and Not-for-Profit Commission.

Aussie Ark has deductible gift recipient status (DGR status) and is registered for GST purposes.

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