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Donations are critical to the preservation of our natural resources.

Your support helps to fund research and conservation efforts, and also provide financial support for education and awareness programs.

Natural resource preservation is important for ensuring the long-term health of our planet. By conserving resources, we can protect ecosystems and habitats, reduce pollution, and ensure that future generations will be able to enjoy the same bounty of resources that we do today.

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What are natural resources?

Natural resources are materials and components that can be found within the environment. They are often formed by natural processes and are considered renewable or reusable. The most common natural resources include air, water, sunlight, soil, rocks, and vegetation. These resources are vital to sustaining life on Earth.

Humans rely on natural resources for a variety of purposes. For example, water is necessary for drinking, irrigation, and manufacturing; air is required for breathing and photosynthesis; and rocks and soil are used to build homes, roads, and other infrastructure. Natural resources also provide a number of environmental benefits, such as regulating the climate, purifying water and air, and providing habitat for wildlife.

Despite their importance, natural resources are under threat from a number of sources. Pollution, climate change, and depletion of resources are all having a negative impact on the planet. It is essential to take measures to protect natural resources so that they can continue to support us and the environment.

Why charitable support for natural resource preservation is important

There are many reasons why charitable support for natural resource preservation is important. One reason is that it helps to protect our environment. By preserving natural resources, we help to keep our air and water clean and our land free of pollution. This benefits us and future generations who will inherit the Earth from us.

Another reason why charitable support for natural resource preservation is important is that it supports the livelihoods of local people who depend on those resources for their survival. For example, many Indigenous peoples in Canada rely on hunting, fishing and gathering for their food and income. If we allow natural resources to be destroyed, it will have a devastating impact on these communities.

Preserving natural resources also helps to preserve our planet's biodiversity. Biodiversity is essential for the health of ecosystems and the services they provide us with, such as clean water and air, food, medicine and more. With so much at stake, it's clear that supporting charities that work to preserve our planet's natural resources is crucial.

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Three ways you can support natural resource preservation causes
  1. Use less water - Turn the faucet off while brushing your teeth, take shorter showers, and water your plants during the cooler hours of the day. You can also install low-flow showerheads and toilets to further reduce your water usage.

  2. Reduce your energy consumption - Turn lights off when you leave a room, dress for the weather so you don’t have to adjust the temperature as often, and unplug electronics when they’re not in use.

  3. Recycling and composting - Recycling helps keep harmful materials out of landfills and incinerators, while composting helps keep organic waste out of landfills where it would release methane gas – a potent greenhouse gas.

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Support natural resource preservation recipients with Giveabl

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!

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.
ABN 88610368360
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
In 2019/2020 we ran a digital ecology program, bringing artists of various mediums together to learn new skills and create art that focussed on the ecological environment to raise awareness. We also continued our monthly repair cafe to help reduce land waste and promote sustainability and reuse. Our Tool library has been very beneficial to community whose jobs and income have been impacted by COVID19.
The Clarence Environment Centre
ABN 22286860873
Endorsed DGR Items 1 &
As biodiversity conservation is our ultimate objective, the Land for Wildlife program, a national program for which the Clarence Environment Centre is the local provider, ticks all our boxes. All the field work and report writing required for the program is undertaken by volunteers, but there are still overheads such as phone and internet, insurance, licences etc., which have to be raised by the organisation. Funds raised through public donations during this particularly difficult year have been minimal, a mere $120. However, every little helps, and that money, combined with our other fund raising activities, and strong demand for our bush regeneration work, have managed to keep us in a relatively strong financial position, and well able to meet those necessary costs.
East Kimberley Job Pathways
ABN 50163557695
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Through the provision of case management, mentoring, employment and training support services we assisted people to find and maintain employment whilst also contributing to their community and gaining employability skills.
Wheatbelt Natural Resource Management
ABN 61661518664
Endorsed DGR Item 1
The process of engaging the residents of the Wheatbelt to become involved or improve their natural members of the Wheatbelt community actively engaged in improving the environment of the Wheatbelt through our regionallyfocused, multidisciplinary, high quality strategies and programs.
Bridging The Gap
With offices in Kwinana,Mandurah and Armadale, and servicing Perth Region at various other training offices, BTG aims to develop and grow people and communities by providing caring and innovative lifelong learning and development opportunities and employment services. Annually, thousands of people access our diverse range of employment and community services and we have a track record of consistently achieving outcomes for our clients, the majority of whom are referred to our services through Centrelink and other Government. In response to the immediate and most important needs of the areas in which we live and work, Bridging the Gap have developed a number of initiatives such as our Moorditj Mia Mia program and Career Readiness for Young Parents. BTG also offers a variety of programs and initiatives including Jobs and Skills Centre, Employability Skills Training, Parent's Next and Regional Employment Trials.
Apace Aid
ABN 70097807440
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Apace provides a Safe Environment for Volunteers and Students with Social anxiety, Mental Health and Special Needs. To come and gain experience hands on, in an Operational Nursery in Horticulture. This operation is for both Educational and Remedial purposes.
We provided support to workers' compensation clients. We operated a recycling program.
Pek Care International
ABN 85049589530
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Indigenous Desert Alliance
ABN 20632257964
Endorsed DGR Item 1
The IDA is an Indigenous led alliance of desert land management organisations that amplifies the voice of desert rangers and coorindates professional capacity building events and projects for Indigenous Desert rangers. We provided opportunities for Indigenous Rangers in the desert regions to access networking, training and professional development opportunities in land management. The professional development and training provides accredited skills development, career support and advancement in remote Indigenous communities where professional development would otherwise not be available. The IDA organised and hosted a number of professional development events including the Species of the Desert Festival, Southern Desert Ranger Forum and the annual IDA Conference. These events bring Ranger teams from across the desert together to share their experiences, learn from each other and meet with relevant external stakeholders. In 2020, the IDA also commenced its Ranger Mentoring program.
Outlook (Aust.)
ABN 84168589417
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Outlook provide services to clients with a disability aimed at building pathways for them to achieve their life goals, specifically working to generate and promote inclusion in the community through support, training and employment readiness. Outlook also works to find clients employment in their desired work environment, whether they are looking to directly enter the employment market or transitioning from school into our one of training programs prior to their search for employment. Outlook also operates a Social Enterprise where a majority of staff have experienced challenges in gaining employment due to disability, mental health issues, long term unemployment, refugee status or various other disadvantaged backgrounds or experiences.
Fitzroy Crossing Tourism Hub
ABN 89632256627
Endorsed DGR Item 1
A small amount of money was spent on Legal Fees, and Marketing Agencies in order to be ready for Fund Raising activities. A grant from NIAA for $20,000 was also obtained. COVID 19 restrictions prevented any programs from happening
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Why should I donate to support natural resource preservation causes?

There are many reasons to donate to support natural resource preservation causes. One reason is that it helps to preserve our environment. Natural resources are necessary for all life on Earth, and they're becoming increasingly scarce. By donating to support natural resource preservation, you can help ensure that these vital resources will be available for future generations. Additionally, supporting natural resource preservation can help protect wildlife and their habitats. Many species are struggling to survive due to habitat loss, and your donations can help fund efforts to preserve and restore these important ecosystems. Finally, supporting natural resource preservation can also have economic benefits. Preserving forests and other natural systems can provide jobs in the tourism and recreation industries, while also helping to combat climate change.

Why do natural resource preservation focused charities and nonprofits need funds?

They need funds in order to continue their important work of natural resource preservation. Without funds, they would not be able to carry out their programs and projects aimed at protecting our environment.

What are some ways donations are used to support natural resource preservation?

There are a number of ways that donations to support natural resource preservation can be used. Some of the most common ways include:

  1. Supporting educational campaigns that raise awareness about the importance of preserving our natural resources.

  2. Funding research projects that focus on developing new and improved methods for preserving natural resources.

  3. Supporting organizations that work directly to protect and preserve specific natural resources or habitats.

How do I know my donation is going to help natural resource preservation?

There is no easy answer to this question. Donations to organizations dedicated to natural resource preservation can be used in a number of ways, from directly funding conservation efforts to indirectly funding education and awareness campaigns. It can be difficult to track where your donation goes and how it is being used, but most reputable organizations will provide some level of transparency. You can also research an organization's track record and talk to others who have donated before making a decision.

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

There are many ways to support charities and nonprofits that focus on natural resource preservation, aside from donations. You can volunteer your time to help with conservation efforts, spread awareness about the importance of preserving natural resources, and advocate for policies that promote conservation.

Preserving natural resources is crucial to the sustainability of our planet

The world's natural resources are finite, which means they're slowly running out. Give to natural resource preservation recipients on Giveabl to help find ways to preserve these resources and make sure they're used in sustainable ways.

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