Saving our Species (SoS) is working to save the future of nearly 1000 threatened plants and animals in New South Wales. It's an ambitious task that can't be done alone.
Partnerships enable both parties to align their values, capabilities and resources, creating a greater force for conservation and achieving positive outcomes for our threatened species.
Support the Saving our Species movement
Directly invest in a project
Opportunities to directly invest in SoS projects are available for organisations, investors and philanthropists to consider. Projects vary in scale and scope and involvement with a project can be discussed to suit your organisation's objectives.
Conservation co-investment partnerships
Saving our Species is working with conservation groups in New South Wales, co-investing to benefit threatened species and ecological communities. Our partners are contributing their own funds, expertise and resources to deliver more projects, in addition to funds provided by SoS.
Find out more about these projects and how you can help.
Saving our Species and The Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust: Securing a future for our threatened plants
Saving our Species is working with the Australian Institute of Botanical Science (The Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust) to provide an insurance policy against the extinction of native plants in the wild.
Threatened seeds and other plant materials are collected from across NSW and stored at the Institute’s award-winning Australian PlantBank at the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan.
Conservation and research partnership with Taronga Conservation Society Australia
Through research, education, action and advocacy, Taronga Conservation Society Australia is leading vital work that supports wildlife, habitats and communities in Australia and across the globe.
SoS works closely with Taronga on conservation and research projects aimed at securing a future for our threatened native animals, including captive breeding programs to create insurance populations of vulnerable species and research into the diseases putting our wildlife at risk.
Saving our Species and the Environmental Trust
Saving our Species strategic partners
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