Currumbin Wildlife Hospital has cared for Australia’s diverse and exciting wildlife for over 30 years. All of the wildlife treated is native to Australia and therefore must be rehabilitated, and released back into the wild by specialist veterinarians.
We believe that sustainability is a top priority for our future generations, and we want to help bring about this change through education. We believe that it is important for students to learn about recycling and composting at an early age so that they can become aware of how their actions affect the environment daily.
The International Elephant Project (IEP) is a not-for-profit project for elephant conservation, rainforest protection and local community partnerships. In order to protect and save the entire ecosystem and biodiversity of habitats shared by elephants, The IEP was formed to conserve elephant’s entire ecosystem in a holistic manner which has a positive knock-on effect on many other species fighting for their lives.
Seabin’s goal is to provide practical and tangible solutions to reduce plastics in our oceans. In July 2020, Seabin launched the Sydney City Pilot as part of their ambitious 100 Cities Smarter Cities for Cleaner Oceans programme. It took 5 years of technical research and development, along with 3 years of global data and monitoring to reach the final step to create this high impact, scalable model, which can be rolled out globally. This performance-driven initiative is now well underway targeting 100 cities across the globe with a focus on data monitoring, litter reduction, prevention and clean up.
The fate of the Sumatran tigers is in our hands. With less than 400 left living in the wild in Sumatra, Indonesia, they are now listed as Critically Endangered.
Australia is known as the “sunburnt country” but sometimes it is simply the “burnt country” the “flooded country” or more than likely the “country in drought”. Bushfires, floods, and drought have taken a huge toll on Australia over the years, particularly our hardworking farmers. It is a continuous battle for most.
The Rewards4Earth ™ Foundation supports organisations that have solutions for environmental problems. Organisations like Lord of the Trees, which understand that survival, including mankind’s, depends on the health of our natural environment. Forests are one of the most important resources we have. If we want to survive, we must not only stop destroying forests but start regrowing the forests we have already destroyed. Lord of the Trees is a part of an initiative to plant a trillion trees using the latest drone technology to replant deforested areas and restore ecosystems.
The Orangutan Project is a team of passionate wildlife experts, committed to protecting orangutans.
At Rewards4Earth™ our aim is to fund the projects that make the biggest difference, the organisations that walk their talk and make the biggest difference. We fund organisations that put their money into their cause and not into fancy offices and big incomes and that is why we fund organisations like The Orangutan Project.