New Zealand National Parks & Conservation Foundation

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Our Foundation will help you create a living legacy

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The New Zealand National Parks and Conservation Foundation's primary role is to facilitate opportunities for individuals and businesses to contribute towards conserving New Zealand’s natural heritage — its landscapes and the native plants and animals that live among them.

We do this by investing in future-focused conservation projects that make our world a better place. New Zealand is a world leader in conservation and species management, renowned for its innovations, operations and techniques.

We are good at saving species — the Chathams Island robin, takahe- , kakapo, kokako, kiwi — and we are good at preserving and restoring habitats. One of the biggest challenges New Zealand faces is funding.

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The National Parks and Conservation Foundation (NPCF) is a charitable trust established in 2001 to promote and support the conservation and protection of New Zealand's unique natural heritage. The NPCF works with conservation projects across New Zealand that have been chosen to ensure that the donation funds are held and managed separately from but being paid out directly to the operational conservation work.

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