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Community funding



WWF proudly supports New Zealanders to take conservation action. We provide funding to communities and schools, in partnership with The Tindall Foundation.

Habitat Protection Fund

We have revised the application process, so please ensure you use the updated form on the Habitat Protection Fund page and read the guidelines carefully. Only fully completed 2017 Round 2 forms saved in Word document format will be accepted.

Supporting hands-on ecological restoration by New Zealand not-for-profit groups.
 

The Habitat Protection Fund 2017 Round 2 closed on 31 July.


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Environmental Education Action Fund

We have revised the application process, so please ensure you use the updated form on the Environmental Education Action Fund page and read the guidelines carefully. Only fully completed 2017 Round 2 forms saved in Word document format will be accepted.
Supporting environmental education through action in New Zealand schools and communities.

The Environmental Education Action Fund 2017 Round 2 closed on 31 July.

 

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Conservation Innovation Awards 2017

Supporting innovation in community-based conservation. Do you have an idea that could be a game changer for New Zealand's voluntary conservation army, and our precious wildlife? 

The 2017 WWF Conservation Innovation Awards winners will be announced on 22 November. Learn more

Community Funding partner

 
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WWF has worked in partnership with The Tindall Foundation for nearly 15 years to deliver much-needed funding to community conservation and education initiatives. Thanks Tindall!

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Mentoring Survey for Community Conservation Groups

 
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Project Kiwi Trust's Paula Williams explains how the transmitter can track kiwi egg incubation
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Do you or your group have skills you can share? Or is your group in need of support to upskill in a specific area? Let us know!

WWF-New Zealand is looking at how we can better support the community conservation groups we work. Go here and answer a few easy questions to help us help you.
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