For every $1 donated until the end of June a generous donor will match it - 3 to 1. So $25 becomes $75...$50 becomes $150 and so on!
BHCT has been having a busy year with some terrific things happening with new technology in predator control called "SMART" traps, newly approved super effective toxins and automated lure dispensers helping us continue to push for full ecological restoration of this taonga.
This has attracted the attention of an anonymous donor who has made a very generous offer...
For every $1 donated from now until the end of June, they will match this with $2.
That means that your donation of $25 becomes $75...or $50 becomes $150....$100 becomes $300.
This is a fantastic opportunity for BHCT to raise some much needed funds that will enable us to continue our path toward a pest free future!
Please donate now.! Our goal is $15,000.
Bream Head is significant for its ecology, culture and history. The Bream Head (Te Whara) Conservation Trust is dedicated to the ecological restoration of the reserve to the way it was before pests and predators when all species were able to flourish.
Funds will be used to further our goal of full ecological restoration of Bream Head through increased monitoring, trapping, new technology, pest plant control, planting, translocations and species protection.
Our Triple your donation raised $15826! 12 August 2021
We are so grateful for the tremendous community support shown for our recent Give a Little `Triple your Donation` fundraising campaign.
The past year has been tough for everyone - including nature - where lockdowns and restrictions took a toll on our resources. Thanks to you, projects - like `Load the Road`` and our Grey faced petrel nest monitoring continue to move forward.
Look forward to our next Rangers Report for more details!
Thank you very much for your support!
Thank you. For your donation...if you would like to have more info you can subscribe to the rangers report on our website. Many thanks again
Many thanks for your support.
Thanks so much for your donation! A great end to National Volunteer Week.
Thanks for supporting the restoration work happening at Bream Head. Community support has been the driving factor behind this important project. If you would like to know more....sign up on breamheadtrust.nd for our monthly Rangers report!