We want to say thank you to those organisations who allow us to carry out our important work.
Our partners and funders assist us through financial contributions and the provision of goods, services, and expertise. Their support frees up funds and other resources which can be directed towards conservation. It also provides seed funding for new projects including ground-breaking research into the issues affecting iconic and endangered wildlife. Their contributions build our capacity and we deeply value their involvement.
If you are interested in contributing to the work of the Conservation Ecology Centre, you can find more information here, or please feel free to contact our CEO Lizzie Corke directly via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to the organisations who have directly funded our activities.
The Ian Potter Foundation
The Thyne Reid Foundation
The RE Ross Trust
Helen Macpherson Smith Trust
Living Legacy Forest
FAME (The Foundation for Australia’s Most Endangered Species)
William Buckland Foundation
Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife
Friends of Australian Conservation Ecology
Wettenhall Environment Trust
Apollo Bay Chamber of Commerce
Apollo Bay & District Health Foundation
Our corporate partners
Through the provision of their goods, services, or expertise these organisations provide invaluable support which allows us to focus on what we are good at.
Our project partners
The University of Melbourne
Western Sydney University
La Trobe University
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP)
Country Fire Authority (CFA)
Eastern Maar Aboriginal Corporation
Southern Otway Landcare Network (SOLN)
Phillip Island Nature Parks
We could not do the work we do without the support of out project partners, including:
Our other partnerships
We also acknowledge and are extremely grateful for the funding we’ve received though various government programs, and the support of individual donors, we simply could not do this work without you.