Pohutukawa Trust New Zealand

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Please help us to save and rehabilitate the native flora and fauna of Kawau Island.

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  Auckland Sustainability Rehabilitation Conservation

Pohutukawa Trust New Zealand (the Trust) was established in 1992 and has had a long established objective to rehabilitate the native flora and fauna of Kawau Island and has developed and achieved considerable experience and progress to the present time.

The Trust received the Green Ribbon award from the Ministry for the Environment for it environmental work in 2003.

Kawau Island is a very important place for the Trust, the Kawau Island community, the greater Auckland region and in deed New Zealand as a whole. It represents a significant chapter and place in the history of the country.

Please help us to save and rehabilitate the native flora and fauna of Kawau Island.


Latest donations

  • Gabrielle and Michael Marris

    Gabrielle and Michael Marris on 15 May 2019

    $500

    $500

  • Kirsty Fyfe

    Kirsty Fyfe on 24 Oct 2018

    $100

    $100

  • Jude Hynes

    Jude Hynes on 29 Sep 2018

    $50

    Thank you for your tremendous work

    $50

  • Jon Bilger

    Jon Bilger on 05 Feb 2018

    $2,000

    $2,000

  • guest donor

    guest donor on 22 Jan 2018

    $100

    keep up the good work

    $100


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