Pro Bono Publico Services - "for the public good"
Earthwatch's work would not be possible with out the generous assistance of our pro bono supporters. Our pro bono supporters give Earthwatch assess to services and experts that help us to improve our capacity to deliver our mission of a sustainable future. Our current pro bono supporters are:
Deloitte Touche Tomatsu Australia provide Earthwatch with pro bono financial and regulatory services
Fenton Communications supports Earthwatch through pro bono communications and marketing services.
As part of the company's commitment to making a visible difference in the community and enriching its people, culture and working environment Freehills supports Earthwatch through pro bono legal services.
Payroll Giving Programs
Payroll Giving programs are a unique and hassle free way for companies and their employees to assist the work of not-for-profit organisations. Employees nominate a preferred not-for-profit organisation to receive a tax deductible donation taken from their pre-tax pay. The administration of this donation is incorporated into the company's payroll system making it a simple and effective process for both the employer and the employee.
Some companies chose to dollar match their employees donations demonstrating their commitment to be responsible corporate citizens and boosting employee morale.
If you would like to contribute to Earthwatch through a payroll deduction, please out this Payroll Deduction form and take it to your paymaster.
AMP employees provide regular donations to Earthwatch through the AMP workplace giving program. All donations are dollar matched by AMP.
CAF Australia's Payroll Giving program provides not-for-profits with regular income to support their work. The CAF Payroll Giving program is a program set up by employers using the services of CAF.
Earthwatch is a nominated deductible gift recipient of the Macquarie Giving program, a staff payroll giving scheme that enables Macquarie staff to make regular monthly donations to charity.
United Way Australia administers Workplace Giving Programs with corporations across Australia. Corporations can elect to match employee contributions. Earthwatch is a nominated Deductible Gift Recipient.
Frank Green is an exciting new brand that is Australian owned, designed and made. Frank Green cups and filter bottles are reusable and made from high quality materials which are genuinely recyclable and BPA free. Frank Green's mission is to encourage a greater number of well-meaning Australians, businesses and communities to join in the fight against unsustainable production and to minimise landfill. Like Earthwatch, Frank Green believes in the power
of ordinary people to achieve the goal of a sustainable planet.
Using Frank Green products instead of their single-use couterparts is really easy. You will love Frank Green products for their good looks and clever designs - they just look cool and come in cool colours.
For every online purchase of
either a Frank Green Cup or a Frank Green Filter Bottle, Frank Green will
donate $1 to Earthwatch. That is $2 if you buy the pair together. Better still, buy five products and Earthwatch will receive $5. Frank Green will be launched in September 2012, so keep an eye on their website (www.frankgreen.com.au) or join their mailing list and Frank Green will keep you up to date.
Clanwell Wildlife Wears feature beautiful illustrations of wildlife and fauna on children’s pyjamas, introducing the concept of wildlife and fauna protection to children in a fun way. Clanwell Wildlife Wears is as much about education, as it is a fashion range, providing fact sheets and colouring sheets for children on line.
Beginning in 2011, 10% of all profits generated through Clanwell Wildlife Wears will be donated to Earthwatch Australia and dedicated solely to providing a fully-funded fellowship for an 18-25 year old environmentally minded member of the community.
Veolia Water Australia is a world leader in water and wastewater services and specialises in the management of these services on behalf of public authorities and industry. Across Australia and New Zealand, Veolia water has 23 long term operations contracts involving more than 40 water and wastewater treatment plants either under operation, or under construction for future operation, and responsibility for more than 17,000km of networks.
Veolia Water Australia is a generous sponsor of Earthwatch’s Oceans Priority Research Area providing direct support to Earthwatch conservation research activities that protect and enhance Australia’s marine ecosystems.
Supporters of Conserving Koala Country
Both the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife, and Leisure Solutions provided generous support to purchase GPS collars for Conserving Koala Country.