Our supporters

Our Major Donor Honour Board and Bequest Supporter Honour Board acknowledge significant supporters over the life of our organisation.

Agile Wallabies. Photo Steve Parish.
Agile Wallabies. Photo Steve Parish.
We also thank our many partner organisations, without whom we wouldn't achieve the impact that we do by working together:

The following lists gratefully acknowledge significant support from individuals and groups (as per our Impact Report: 2018–19).

Leading Benefactors

Anonymous supporters, Caroline and Terry Bellair, Gras Foundation, LotterywestThe Ian Potter Foundation, The Miller Foundation Ltd

White Stallion lookout, Carnarvon Reserve, Qld. Photo Cathy Zwick.
White Stallion lookout, Carnarvon Reserve, Qld. Photo Cathy Zwick.
Key benefactors

Chris and Gina Grubb, Glenys M. Carlson, Jaramas Foundation, Maxwell Family Foundation, Middlesex Conservation Farming Club Inc., Wengor Investments Pty Ltd

Major benefactors

Andyinc Foundation, Annelie Holden in memory of George Dalton, Brian Snape, AM, and Diana Snape, David Slack, Geoff Giles, Lynda Kriflik, Margaret and Michael Williams, Margaret Dawbarn Foundation, Perpetual Foundation - Alan (AGL) Shaw Foundation, Warwick Nott

Supporting benefactors

Volunteers tree planting at Scottsdale Reserve, NSW. Photo Annette Ruzicka.
Volunteers tree planting at Scottsdale Reserve, NSW. Photo Annette Ruzicka.
Dr Alexander Gosling, AM, and Wirat Sukprem, Alison Darroch and Neil Boland, Alison Street and John Barkla, Allen Family Foundation, Amanda J. Lopez, Andrew and Belinda Isles, Andrew and Lisa Danks, Anne Miller, Besen Family Foundation, Beverley and Fritz Balkau, Biophilia Foundation, Carrawa Foundation, Cherryl Barassi, Cheryl and David Fillmore, Coupland Family, Debbie and Mario Russo, Diversicon Environmental Foundation, Environmental Research and Assessment Pty Ltd, Ethical Investment Services, Fay and Graham Squire, Fiorina Gabba and Craig Steddy, Frances E. Guard, Fred Woollard, Future Generation Investment Company, Gaetano S. Boncardo, Google Australia, Graham and Judy Hubbard, Greengib Ltd, Greg Burns, Harris Estate Charitable Gift, Harvey Foundation, Haverstock Hill Foundation, Heather Doig and Rob Koczkar, Helen Macpherson Smith Trust, Henry Foster, Henry Maas and Maria Manning, Ian Sharp on behalf of his family, Irene Stone, J. Permsew Foundation, James N. Kirby Foundation, Jill Mitchell, John G. Reidy, Judy Olmer, Keith Lethlean, Leith Hope Memorial Foundation, Letcombe Foundation, Marich Foundation, Marilyn C. Ball, Marquill Foundation, Michael Tichbon, OAM, Naylor-Stewart Ancillary Fund, Patricia C. Weston, Peter St George, Dr Philippa H. Currie, Phillip Cornwell and Cecilia Rice, PW Foundation Pty Ltd, Ray and Sue Edmondson, Regal Funds Management, Richard W. Lehmann, Robert and Sue Read, Rod Powell, Rodney Peters, Ross and Judy Milne-Pott, Serp Hills Foundation, Stephanie Miller and Martin Pool, Sue and Rob Russell, Tertini Charitable Foundation, The Dyson Bequest, The Mohamed bin Zayed Conservation Fund, The R E Ross Trust, The Tony and Lisette Lewis Foundation, The Wright Family Bequest, Water Dragon Foundation, Wildlife Volunteers Association Inc., Will and Barbara Darvall

Bequests

Bush Heritage gratefully received gifts in Wills (bequests) from the estates of the following supporters:

A sea of wildflowers at our Eurardy Reserve, WA. Photo Leanne Hales.
A sea of wildflowers at our Eurardy Reserve, WA. Photo Leanne Hales.
Andrew JS Loewenthal, Catherine May Shepparbottom, Craig John Hastings Smith, Evelyn McEwan Livingston, Jay Birnbrauer, Joan Felicia Parnell, John Nicholas Hutchinson, Julie Moses, Lesley Valerie Skilton, Margaret Elizabeth Mason, Mary Coles, Michelle Cherie Wellard, Peg Anthony, Penelope Katherine Beck, Robert James Fuller, Toni Hamilton, Vivian Mary Donovan

Pro-bono partners

Allens, Biologic, Bleyer Lawyers, Daniel Gauchat, The Adelante Group, Environmental Defender’s Office of Western Australia, Omera Partners, Wildflower Society of Western Australia Inc.

Recent acknowledgements

We also acknowledge the thousands of everyday Australians who've generously given in support of our work. You know who you are, and we can't thank you enough! Our quarterly newsletters contain a selection of recent gifts.

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