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The principal purpose of environmentally focused charities, nonprofits and social enterprises is to protect and enhance the natural environment or a significant aspect of it and to provide information and education about the natural environment.

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One of the most important ways that you can help protect the environment is by making donations to organizations that are working to protect the planet. These organizations are often on the front lines of environmental protection, working to preserve natural habitats, clean up pollution, and promote sustainable practices.

Your donations help these organizations to continue their important work. They can use the funds to pay for things like equipment, salaries, and education and awareness programs. In some cases, the funds may even be used to support research that can help find solutions to environmental problems.

When you make a donation to an organization working to protect the environment, you are not only helping that organization, you are also helping to protect the planet. Your donation is an investment in the future of our planet, and it is a way to show your commitment to preserving the Earth for future generations.

Your support matters Donate to protect biodiversity

Biodiversity is the variety of all life forms found on Earth.

Giving to environmental recipients that work to protect biodiversity allows them to fund and manage forest preservation and reforestation, develop botanical gardens and support wildlife biodiversity by working with aquariums, zoos and wildlife centres.

It can also allow charities, nonprofits and social enterprises to assist in controlling invasive plant and animal species that cause a threat to the local natural habitat.

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Photo by Francesco Ungaro on Unsplash
Donate to help Reverse the effects of climate change

Climate change is the long-term changes in weather patterns and temperatures, primarily by anthropogenic causes.

Some of the effects of climate change include hotter temperatures, more severe storms, warming, rising ocean, increased drought, loss of species and potentially not enough food in the future due to the unfavorable weather conditions for growing crops.

Charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises that exist to combat climate change are funding initiatives to make our energy supply renewable, cut greenhouse gas emissions, and educate the public on personal changes they can make to save the environment.

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Photo by Matt Palmer on Unsplash
I speak for the trees, for the trees have no tongues.
Dr. Seuss (The Lorax)
Support environmental justice

Environmental justice is the fair access and treatment of all people concerning the development, application and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations and policies.

Organizations within the environmental justice space are committed to campaigning for fair and just public policies, mandating the right to ethical, balanced and responsible uses of land and calling for universal protection from environmentally unsafe practices.

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Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash
Promote environmental education

Environmental education organizations provide people with the knowledge to understand how our natural environments function and how we can problem solve and make necessary changes to live sustainably.

These charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises believe that we can learn to make any changes required to nurture and live harmoniously with our natural surroundings.

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Photo by Alan Rodriguez on Unsplash
Help to preserve natural resources

Natural resource preservation refers to protecting and conserving our natural resources such as water resources, solid waste management, land resources, hazardous waste management, air quality, and energy resources.

Contributing to charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises working to preserve our natural resources will ensure that these precious commodities are available and healthy for future generations.

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Photo by mrjn Photography on Unsplash
Reduce your carbon footprint

A carbon footprint is the total amount of greenhouse gases generated by our individual or our business's actions. When referring to your business's carbon footprint, it is important to note that greenhouse gas emissions can relate to the production, use and end-of-life of a product or service that you provide or engage with.

Collaborating with charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises that work to reduce carbon footprints will help advance carbon capture and carbon sequestration technology, fund further research and education regarding carbon footprints, and reduce the effects of climate change.

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Photo by Evie S. on Unsplash
Computerbank Victoria
ABN 98004700560
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We accept donations of computers and computer equipment, from companies, organisations and individuals, for the primary purpose of providing quality, refurbished computers to people with limited income, so that they can participate better in society, seek work, improve their knowledge and so on. Donations are separated into salvageable and unsalvageable. Unsalvageable donations are disassembled into their core components so that they can be recycled. All salvageable computers that meet our requirements are serviced, bundled with communitylicensed software, and sold at a discount to concession card holding members of the public. A range of these computers are also made available to asylum seekers at no cost. Computers and computer equipment that do not meet our requirements that are salvageable are sold online to help pay our running costs. In the financial year 20192020, Computerbank's 21st year of service, we delivered 306 computers to our customers, 18 of which were made available for free to asylum seekers and refugees.
Global Sustainable Development Vision Innovative Association
ABN 54623926009
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We invited psychologist to have provide seminar about seminar.We encourage healthy diet such as vegetarianism.
Araluen Botanic Park Foundation
ABN 44552934060
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
Maintained and presented a historically and culturally significant venue through the midst of a pandemic. Presented recreational and educational enjoyment for +85,000 visitors. Hosted a community Christmas Carols Event by donation for 500 persons from the local community. Provided holiday environmental and educational programmes for childrenOpportunities were provided for local groups and small business to promote their activities at our venue for no charge. Provided free entry via the Ronald McDonald program to Western Australian families from regions who may be looking for outdoor R&R when away from home with sick children.
Provided opportunities for retired people and bus enthusiasts to meet and work together in restoring heritage buses and operating them. Provided opportunities for retired people to use their skills in a cooperative way and to gain cooperative self satisfaction and self worth. To assist fund raising by collecting scrap metals, process them and deliver the scrap to licensed scrap dealers. Allowed interaction with other people who are also volunteers at Whiteman Park, such as the Perth Electric Tramways, Bennett Brook Railways, Tractor Museum, and Whiteman Park Revolution Museum.
Mornington Railway Preservation Society
Our main goal is the preservation and restoration of heritage railway vehicles and infrastructure including the line from Baxter to Mornington.
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.
Alexandra Timber Tramway And Museum
ABN 63186231852
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
We provided education in the history of the region including the former railway and tramway. We also promote and support environmental responsibilities.
Gargarro Botanic Garden
ABN 63610887986
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
we are developing the botanic gardens at girgarre
Arch Of Victory/avenue Of Honour Committee
ABN 35534063578
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
Continued to maintain and rehabilitate the Arch Of Victory / Avenue Of Honour under the Heritage Maintenance Plan. The Arch Of Victory / Avenue Of Honour are listed on the Register of the National Estate. The Avenue at 22km and 3800 trees, is the longest WW1 memorial and adorned by the tallest entry 'Arch' in the southern hemisphere.
Peter Francis Points Arboretum
ABN 70921675563
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
1. Built and fostered relationships with botanical experts and other stakeholders, to support development of The Points as an arboretum of national significance.2. Fostered community connection by acknowledging the anniversary of the region’s Black Saturday Bushfires with upgraded signage at our memorial lookout.3. Provided information to visitors and potential visitors to encourage visitation of the Arboretum.4. Acknowledged and maintained the legacy of our founders and volunteers by archiving and preserving Arboretum records, and acknowledging significant milestones and events.
Plenty Historical Society
ABN 58472605779
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
We worked with Major Roads Projects Victoria and Nillumbik Council to save and restore the former Plenty Uniting Church for community use.
Heritage Fruits Society
ABN 39201357743
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
Our aim is to conserve heritage fruit varieties (also known as 'heirloom fruits') on private and public land. We enabled and encouraged society members to research this wide range of varieties and to inform the public on the benefits of heritage fruits for health, sustainability and biodiversity. We did this through working bees, grafting days at various sites, tree sales, pruning workshops, liaising with relevant organisations, information sessions, tasting events and assisting the public through our website and email.

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The Importance of Environmental Education in the 21st Century
Today, it is more important than ever to be aware of our impact on the environment and to take action to protect our planet. Environmental education is a key part of this process, as it helps us to understand and appreciate the natural world around us, teaches us how to live sustainably, and raises awareness about environmental issues.
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Frequently asked questions

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Why should my business support environmental causes?

Supporting environmental causes ensures that we are working towards a sustainable future. Human beings are directly linked to the natural environment. Without organizations to protect and nurture it, we put our future and our way of life in jeopardy. Environmental charities, nonprofits and social enterprises seek to stop destructive practices and reverse any damage already caused, ensuring we can live happy and healthy lives in conjunction with nature.

Why do environment focused charities and nonprofits need funds?

There are a variety of reasons why environment focused charities and nonprofits need funds. Many of these organizations work to protect the environment through awareness and education campaigns, as well as through direct action. They may also provide financial support to individuals and families who are struggling to meet their basic needs due to environmental issues. Additionally, many environment focused charities and nonprofits engage in research and advocacy in order to push for policy change at the local, state, and national level. All of these activities require financial resources in order to be successful.

How can my business help fight climate change?

Giving to charities, nonprofits, and social enterprises that fight for climate change is a great place to start. These organizations are working to educate the public, corporations and policymakers about the importance of combating climate change today! You can also become involved with local groups advocating for climate change or possibly even start a group of your own.

What are some ways donations are used to support environment?

There are many ways that donations can be used to support the environment. Some organizations may use donations to fund research and development of new environmentally friendly technologies, while others may use them to finance environmental protection and conservation projects. Additionally, some charities may use donations to help educate the public about environmental issues or to support environmental initiatives.

How much of my donation will go to looking after the environment?

This is essential to consider when selecting a charity, nonprofit or social enterprise to donate to. It’s imperative that you check an organization's credentials and even look at their financial reporting before deciding to donate to them. This will allow you to see how much they spend on administration costs and how much they directly to their environmental causes and projects. It has to feel right for you and your team before deciding to give.

How can my business reduce its carbon footprint?

There are so many ways that a business can lower its carbon emissions! Some simple changes include installing energy-efficient lighting, managing heating and cooling systems effectively and purchasing energy-efficient equipment. Team members can also be encouraged to make changes such as assessing their mode of travel to work and incorporating car-sharing, public transport or walking whenever possible. They can also be reminded to turn all equipment off each night.

Some more significant changes include investigating your third party suppliers and switching to providers who also have a sustainability policy. Businesses can also review their products' packaging to ensure they are as environmentally friendly as possible.

It's tough for businesses to become 100% carbon-neutral by making these changes alone. Your business can contribute to charities, nonprofits and social enterprises working in carbon capture or carbon sequestration to assist in cutting your business's carbon footprint.

Donate to vital environmental causes

Protecting our environment is critical to the well-being of current and future generations. Support charitable organizations that are working to preserve our planet.

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