The Whau River Catchment Trust (WRCT) & Friends of the Whau (FOW). As a charitable Trust, WRCT relies on the generosity of its donors.
The work of the WRCT along with WRCT's Friends of the Whau (FOW) Volunteers can now be supported through Givealittle. So it is now possible for you personally to make a financial contribution, supporting the ongoing good work already underway helping to protect the Whau River, and for the continued restoration of native wildlife habitats within the Whau River catchment.
Money raised will go towards purchase of eco-sourced native plants, weed control, litter bins, and generally help with supporting volunteer restoration events for 2023-25.
The Whau River Catchment Trust and it's affiliated volunteer group, Friends of the Whau, has been operating for 23 years in total and have gained the respect and support of the community, Auckland Council and other environmental groups.
Another successful planting season 13 October 2023
WRCT Volunteers have been busy preparing and planting new sites around the catchment since June 2023. As we near the end of the planting season later this month the WRCT Community Nursery is looking quite empty and it is now things get very busy propagating new plants for our next planting season in 2024. We currently have a separate Givealittle Page raising funds to support work in the Nursery so if you would like to find out more go to https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/sponsor-a-native-plant. WRCT have a broad range of projects running at different times and again if you would like to know more follow the link to our website GREENING THE WHAU https://www.whauriver.org.nz/projects.
Kia ora Thank you for your generous donation towards the work of The Whau River Catchment Trust we truly appreciate BLUMS continued support which enables us to continue with the coastal restoration of Rosebank Peninsula and other projects.
Thanks for your support. Every little bit helps and your donation will be put to good use.
Kia ora Julia. Thank you for your donation it will be put to good use supporting the ecological restoration of the Whau River Catchment. Regards Gilbert Brakey (Manager).