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Fighting for Freshwater

Closed Fundraiser page created in the Environment category by Owen Woodward


$1,121 of $500 goal
Given by 27 generous donors in 5 weeks

Raising funds to protect native freshwater fish and their environments.

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  Otago

I am fighting in the 2019 OUSA Charity Fight Night to raise funds for the preservation of the freshwater environments and native fish in New Zealand. These places are part of what makes New Zealand unique and while many remain pristine, a large proportion are being seriously degraded. This is costing not only places to visit, fish, swim and water to safely drink, it is damaging ecosystems and threatening our native fish. Over time it is leading to degradation of landscapes all the way to the coast as mud replaces sand at once clear water estuaries and beaches.

The Working Waters Trust works to protect native freshwater fish and their environments through restoration and education projects focused on the most endangered species.

Owen Woodward's involvement (page creator)

I am raising funds for Working Waters Trust, an organization which does great work in preserving and restoring habitats for our native freshwater fish.


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Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 26 Jul 2019
$21
Jess
Jess on 12 Jul 2019
You got this security man
$5
Eric
Eric on 12 Jul 2019
That’s my security guard
$5
Foxy
Foxy on 12 Jul 2019
Get em good
$40
Guess Who
Guess Who on 12 Jul 2019
Damn, missed the $1000
$20

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Created by Owen Woodward

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This page was created on 21 Jun 2019 and closed on 28 Jul 2019.
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