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Biodiversity is the variety of life on Earth, which includes all plants, animals, and microorganisms. Donations via Giveabl's API and plugins will help to fund important research and work in biodiversity.

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One of the most important things we can do to help support biodiversity is to donate to Giveabl's conservation recipients. By giving money to these groups, we can help them continue their work protecting endangered species and their habitats. Conservation organizations are working hard to safeguard biodiversity hotspots around the world, and your donations can make a big difference.

Not only does donating help conservation groups financially, it also shows them that there is public support for their work. This encouragement can be vital in helping these organizations secure important funding and partnerships.

Why charitable support for biodiversity is important

Biodiversity is the variety of life on Earth. It includes all the different plants, animals and microorganisms that make up our planet. Biodiversity is important because it helps maintain a healthy environment.

When we have a healthy environment, we have clean air to breathe, clean water to drink and nutritious food to eat. Biodiversity also provides many other benefits, such as medicines, building materials and recreation.

Sadly, our planet is losing biodiversity at an alarming rate. Every year, we see more species of plants and animals becoming extinct. One of the reasons why this is happening is because of the way we are damaging and polluting the environment. We are also cutting down forests and destroying natural habitats.

Donating to organizations via Giveabl's API and plugins that work to protect and conserve biodiversity is one of the best ways to help ensure the survival of a wide variety of plant and animal species. These organizations work to protect endangered species, restore damaged ecosystems, and educate the public about the importance of biodiversity. By donating to these organizations, you can help make a difference in the future of our planet.

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Main threats to biodiversity

Your generous donations can help to fund research, support and action to mitigate these main threats to biodiversity.


Overexploitation is the act of using a resource to the point of diminishing returns.


Pollution is the degradation of natural environments by the discharge of harmful substances.

Climate change

Climate change is the long-term alteration of temperature and typical weather patterns in a place.

Habitat loss and degradation

Habitat loss and degradation is the process of destroying or altering habitats, which in turn decreases the number of species that can live in that area.

Invasive species

An invasive species is a plant, animal, or microorganism that is not native to an ecosystem and whose introduction causes or is likely to cause economic or environmental harm or harm to human health.


Pesticides are a type of poison that is used to kill living things, such as insects, rats, and other pests. They can be very harmful to biodiversity because they can kill beneficial insects, pollute waterways, and contaminate the soil.


Deforestation is the clear-cutting of trees in an area where forest once thrived.


A disease is a condition that results when an organism is exposed to a pathogen, or when an abnormal condition arises.


Urbanization is the process of transforming a human settlement from a rural area to an urban area.

Three ways you can support biodiversity causes
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Donate to organizations that are working to protect biodiversity

Biodiversity-focused charities, nonprofits and social enterprises need funds because they are working to protect a vital resource - the world's biodiversity. This work is important because it helps to ensure that the planet's ecosystems continue to function properly and that we have the resources we need for our future.

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Volunteer your time to help with projects that aim to conserve biodiversity

You can help manage and restore habitats that have already been damaged. This can involve things like volunteer work to remove invasive species from an area or help with reforestation projects. You can also give your time working to pass legislation that safeguards these areas, or by participating in grassroots efforts to raise awareness about the importance of keeping them intact.

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Educate yourself and choose sustainable practices

Supporting biodiversity means promoting learning about biodiversity and implementing sustainable practices in our everyday lives. This might mean choosing products that are certified as being environmentally friendly or conserving energy and water in our homes and workplaces.

Forest Preservation

Forest preservation is the act of keeping forests healthy and protecting them from destruction. This can be done through various methods such as reforestation, sustainable forestry, and protecting forestry areas from development. Forest preservation is important because forests provide many ecosystem services such as carbon sequestration, water purification, and habitat for wildlife. Forests also play a role in the global climate and help to regulate the Earth’s temperature.

Donating money to forest preservation is one way to help protect these important natural resources. By contributing to forest preservation efforts, you can help to ensure that forests are properly managed and protected from destruction. This will ultimately help to safeguard the many benefits that forests provide to the planet and its inhabitants.

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Plant Biodiversity

Biodiversity is the term used to describe the variety of plant life on Earth. This can include the number of different species of plants, the different types of plants within each species, and the genetic variation within each type of plant. Plant biodiversity is important to the support of ecosystems, the provision of food and shelter for animals and humans, the generation of oxygen, and the sequestration of carbon dioxide. Additionally, plant biodiversity helps to protect against climate change and provides a source of new medicines. To help support plant biodiversity, you can donate money to organizations that are working to protect and conserve plant species and their habitats.

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Wildlife Biodiversity

Biodiversity is the variety of life on Earth. Wildlife is a part of that biodiversity. Wildlife biodiversity is important because it helps maintain the balance of our ecosystems. It also provides us with food, water, fuel, and other resources. Donating money to organizations that support wildlife biodiversity can help ensure that our ecosystems remain healthy and that we continue to have these important resources.

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Donate to support biodiversity causes

At Giveabl, we help businesses and individuals automatically donate to charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises via our website, API or code-less integrations.

You can support causes important to you or your customers without any hassle. Simply browse vetted causes from our curated selection of charities and social enterprises committed to doing good in the world, and get started today!

Melbourne Arboretum
ABN 78634873779
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
The Melbourne Arboretum is working to create a native woodland, to restore, research and revegetate the riparian land along the Darebin Creek, and thereby create a place of beauty for the community to rejuvenate, to enjoy, to learn and to understand more about humanity’s connection with nature.
Gargarro Botanic Garden
ABN 63610887986
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
we are developing the botanic gardens at girgarre
The Royal Society Of Victoria
ABN 62145872663
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
In 2020 we delivered the Inspiring Victoria program, partnering with public libraries, community groups and other not for profits to bring sciencerelated content to thousands of people across Victoria, particularly during National Science Week; quite an achievement during a stage four lockdown. We provided presentations from Victorian scientists to online audiences and convened government and community forums to consider evidencebased policy making with input from scientists on biodiversity, agriculture and water during a changing climate. We auspiced several unincorporated groups aligned with our mission to provide insurance coverage for their activities and provide partnership in fundraising activities. We ran three separate award programs recognising achievements across the scientist's career cycle, and provided event management services to clients in convening their own sciencerelated award programs. We published two issues of our regional science journal, the Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, online and open access with CSIRO publishing, featuring the work of Victorian scientists. Details are provided in our 2020 Annual Report.
Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
ABN 75542604274
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
The Gardens is a living museum of plants from around the world including many rareand threatened species. The Gardens is a member partner in the Australian SeedbankPartnership and the Millennium Seedbank Partnership acting as a repository of seedsfrom around the world. Scientific research is undertaken at the Gardens on many rare and threatened Tasmanian plants and seeds. Vegetable patches are provided to a number of groupseg. Veterans and Families as a means of gardening therapy. Fruit and Vegetables fromthe Food Garden is given to Loaves and Fishes Tasmania (previously Second BiteTasmania) to provide fresh, healthy produce to people in need. A prisoner rehabilitationprogram is run at the Gardens by the Tasmanian Prison Service. The Gardens facilitiesand staff are also provided to other charity organisations for use as a venue for theirfundraising and other events including; Hobart Hospital Foundation's Easter Egg Hunt and Playgroup Tasmania's Teddy Bear's Picnic. Public functionsare also held at the Gardens such as the Christmas Carols in the Gardens.
The Friends Of The Waite Arboretum
ABN 22379607380
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
We apply funds to the promotion, maintenance and further development of the Waite Arboretum. Recent projects include provision of improved signage for public visitors to the arboretum, and financial support towards the maintenance and enhancement of the Arboretum as a place for teaching, research, wildlife and recreation.
Friends Of The Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens
ABN 85695262541
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
To provide development and maintenance work in Maroochy Bushland Botanic Gardens, guided walks programs, promotional displays, information desk, educational displays, quarterly newsletters, plant identification signage, contact with and assistance to reciprocal organisations and the general public.
Olive Pink Botanic Garden
ABN 94163536423
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
The Olive Pink Botanic Garden was open to the public 363 days last year for the purposes of education, conservation and recreation The Garden displays a collection of over 600 Central Australian plant species including culturally important bushfood and medicine plants, as well as rare species The Garden hosted and was a educational activity provider for the EcoFair Schools Day the Garden hosts events and community organisations such as Children's Ground, Australian Plant Society, Field Naturalists Society, and Landcare the Garden hosts arts and cultural events
Hunter Region Botanic Gardens
ABN 85002929080
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
HRBG was opened in 1985 on a 133.3 hectare bushland site in Heatherbrae and through the support of its volunteers (now numbering around 200) has grown to maintain a living collection of over 3,000 plants (including rare and endangered plants) and a herbarium collection of over 11,000 specimens. Theme gardens cover 30 hectares of the site and include ornamental, ecological, taxonomic and evolutionary, geographic and conservation collections. The remainder of the site is maintained as a conservation zone for local flora. Our VisionTo maintain and develop a Botanic Garden in the Hunter Region for the appreciation, study and enjoyment of horticulture, botany and related fields by the growing of Australian native and other plants. Our MissionTo grow, study, conserve and promote plants, particularly the plants of the Hunter Region. Visitor Attendance The Botanic Gardens attracts between 20,000 and 30,000 visitors each year. Prior to Covid, many of our visitors were from outside of the Hunter area and included overseas travellers. Recent Awards• Named in top 10 of Australia’s Regional Botanic Gardens by Australian Geographic• Port Stephens Australia Day Award Winners 2019• Port Stephens Examiner Business Award for Best Tourist Attraction 2018The Hunter Region Botanic Gardens is distinct and unique, in that it operates as an independent nonprofit organisation, relying on the support of local entities such as councils businesses and community groups. The Gardens offer visitors a peaceful and beautiful garden and bushland setting, a cafe, gift shop, gallery, nursery sales, guided tours and facilities for weddings, conferences and functions.
Crommelin Native Arboretum
We maintained the Arboretum throughout the year, removing weeds and planting new plants. We maintained walking paths to enable public access and removed dangerous branches in locations accessible to the public. We planted native plant species than support native fauna as food and habitat and conducted educational and interpretive activities.
Foundation For National Parks & Wildlife
ABN 90107744771
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
What: we protect, restore and promote sustainable natural ecosystems in AustraliaHow: by working with long term partners to develop & implement necessary projectsWhy: to safeguard natural Australia for future generations to enjoy
Kimberley Animals Nature And Education
ABN 46205629682
Endorsed DGR Item 1
By rehabilitating orphaned, sick or injured domestic animals that have ben lost, mistreated, or are without owners, as well as rescue of wildlife for release. Restoring, preserving and maintaining the flora, fauna and land of the region. Increasing community education, awareness and participation in the activities above.
Pilbara Wildlife Carers Association
ABN 20390146216
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We rescue, raise, rehabilitate orphaned and injured wildlife in the Pilbara and release them back into the environment. We undertake public education and awareness of wildlife

Biodiversity Blogs

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Biodiversity is a term that refers to the variety and abundance of life on Earth. This includes all plants, animals, and microorganisms, as well as the ecosystems they inhabit.
The Biggest Threats to Biodiversity and How You Can Help
Biodiversity is a term that refers to the variety and abundance of life on Earth. This includes all plants, animals, and microorganisms, as well as the ecosystems they inhabit.
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Why should I donate to support biodiversity causes?

There are many reasons to support biodiversity causes. Biodiversity is essential for the health of ecosystems and the services they provide us. It helps us adapt to changing conditions and provides us with food, water, energy, medicine, and other resources. Biodiversity also plays an important role in regulating climate and supporting pollination.

Why do biodiversity focused charities and nonprofits need funds?

Biodiversity-focused charities and nonprofits need funds in order to continue their work in protecting and conserving the world's biodiversity. Without funding, these organizations would not be able to carry out their vital work in preserving our planet's many different species of plants and animals.

How could my donation help biodiversity?

Your donation could help biodiversity in many ways. For example, it could help fund research on new species and their ecosystems, it could help pay for the protection of endangered species and their habitats, or it could help support education and awareness programs about the importance of biodiversity.

What are some ways donations are used to support biodiversity?

There are many ways that donations can be used to support biodiversity. For example, donations can be used to fund research and conservation efforts, to purchase land or habitat for protection, or to support education and outreach programs that raise awareness about the importance of biodiversity. Additionally, donations can also be used to support organizations working to protect and restore endangered species and their habitats.

How else can I support charities and nonprofits that focus on biodiversity, aside from donations?

There are a number of ways to support charities and nonprofits that focus on biodiversity, aside from donations. One way is to volunteered your time to help with their efforts. This could involve anything from helping to plant trees or clean up a local park, to working in an office or helping with administrative tasks.

Another way to support these organizations is to raise awareness about the issue of biodiversity and the importance of preserving it. This could be done through social media, public speaking, writing articles or blog posts, or simply having conversations with friends and family.

Whatever you do, make sure you are passionate about the cause and spreading the word in order to make the biggest impact possible.

You can help maintain the balance of our beautiful ecosystems

By donating to charities, nonprofits and social enterprises working to protect biodiversity, you will be helping to ensure that our planet remains a healthy and wonderful place for future generations.

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