Donate

The FFRC is a volunteer organisation continually requiring funds and resources to cover the costs involved in surveying and reporting on Victoria’s threatened species.

If you can help fund our small organisation, then we can continue to conduct surveys for threatened species like the Greater Glider, Leadbeater’s Possum, Rainforest ecosystems, Long-footed Potoroo, Spiny Crayfish and so many more …

… but we need your help
IF YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE, PLEASE USE THE DETAILS BELOW
OR GET IN CONTACT WITH US FOR WAYS YOU CAN DONATE


Bank Account details:

Account title/name:  FAUNA AND FLORA RESEARCH COLLECTIVE INC
BSB number:          633-000
Account number:      149780660
                     (Bendigo Bank)

NOTE: If the “Account title/name” is too long to enter into your online web banking funds transfer please enter as many letters as the input box will accept and the transaction will successfully complete.

Sorry for the inconvenience or confusion. If you have any concerns, would like confirmation of the transaction or have any further questions please contact us at the email address below.


Contact

faunaandfloraresearch@gmail.com
asl80@hotmail.com
Please feel free to contact us at these addresses for further information.


… help stop the logging of critically endangered forest ecosystems like this:

Photo: The Funeral Pyre of Victoria’s Native Forests (Toolangi, June 2017)


CONTRIBUTE HERE TO OUR OLD GROWTH FOREST LEGAL DEFENCE FUND

East Gippsland’s ancient forests are being logged.
We need your support to run our legal case in the Supreme Court
… to ensure these majestic old growth forests remain safe.

UPDATE: The trial for the East Gippsland Old Growth Forest Supreme court case brought by Fauna and Flora Research Collective (FFRC) against the Department of Environment Land Water and Planning and VicForests concluded in February 2019. As of October 2019, we are still awaiting judgment in that matter.

NOTE: The fundraising page remains active in order to continue to cover costs associated with the proceeding.

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