Ulva Island Charitable Trust

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The Ulva Island Charitable Trust was set up in 1999 by a group of dedicated Stewart Islanders who work together with New Zealand's Departme

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The Ulva Island Charitable Trust was set up in 1999 by a group of dedicated Stewart Islanders with the objective of raising money for a one-off project to upgrade walking tracks and facilities on Ulva Island for visitors to enjoy.

Inspired by this achievement, more than a decade later the Trust continues to raise funds and, in conjunction with the Department of Conservation, strives to keep Ulva Island free of introduced pests and predators where native plants and birds can thrive. Just as importantly, Ulva Island is easily accessible for visitors to enjoy a truly primeval paradise.


Latest donations

  • Reuben

    Reuben on 21 Jan 2020

    $100

    $100

  • Kirk & Georgia Baddley

    Kirk & Georgia Baddley on 25 Mar 2019

    Private

    Private

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 20 Mar 2019

    Private

    Hope Ulva island continuento stay wild and beautiful as what I have remembered.

    Private

  • Randolph & Lorraine Barba

    Randolph & Lorraine Barba on 10 Jan 2019

    $70

    $70

  • Ben Hopkins

    Ben Hopkins on 13 Mar 2018

    $200

    $200


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Registered Charity A Registered Charity has legal recognition under the Charities Act 2005.
Tax credit Donations of over $5 are eligible for a New Zealand charitable giving tax credit.
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