Save Notable Trees In Christchurch
- $15,720.00 donated
- 180 generous donors
More than 2000 listed trees in Christchurch are under threat. Help us to continue the fight to save these trees.
As a result of a process introduced under the Canterbury Earthquake emergency powers legislation (the CER Act), protection is being removed from 80% of Christchurch's notable trees. We are a group who has organised to fight this environmental disaster, coming on top of so much other earthquake loss. So far we have negotiated a deal which would see more than 900 of these trees saved. We need help to save the rest, and to make sure that no one backs out of the agreement that has already been reached.
This means we have to pay for expert and legal representation during the ongoing district plan review. Volunteers have already donated thousands of dollars of their own money, and hundreds of hours of their own time to get us this far. Please help us to stay in the fight.
Page created by:
I am part of a coalition of individuals and groups who submitted against proposed changes to the Christchurch District Plan.
All funds raised benefit:
Email your friends & family×
Report this page×
Donor Confidence Key
Givealittle values the importance of an informed decision when making a donation. We check to make sure that adequate information is provided to donors and that pages comply with our terms and conditions. Pages are not browseable nor searchable until moderated and donor validated. For more information, check out this support article.
A page becomes donor validated when it receives donations from at least three different sources. Pages are not browseable nor searchable until moderated and donor validated. For more information, check out this support article.
New Zealand registered charity
Is registered with the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA), Charity Services (formerly Charities Commission) as a charity.
Tax credit eligibility
Has been granted 'donee status' by Inland Revenue (IRD). Donors to a page with tax credit eligibility may be able to apply for a tax credit.×