We acknowledge Taranaki Whānui ki Te Upoko-o-Te-Ika-a-Māui as our foundation partner and are also hugely grateful for our foundation partners, NEXT Foundation, Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council and Predator Free 2050 Limited. Along with the incredible financial support, they have provided integral technical and community expertise.
Fix & Fogg has provided us hundreds of litres of peanut butter. In 2019 they donated 280kg of peanut butter for our monitoring on the Miramar Peninsula. Surplus peanut butter is also donated to our 50 volunteer groups trapping across Wellington.
Victoria University of Wellington Te Herenga Waka - predator free related research as part of the People, Cities, and Nature research programme.
ZEALANDIA Te Māra a Tāne Ecosanctuary - predator free education programme in schools and ongoing research collaboration.
September 2020 - We received a $7.6 million funding boost from the Government’s Jobs for Nature programme, which will generate 42 full time jobs across Wellington, and it means we can fast track our project to become the first predator free capital city in the world. A huge shout out for Predator 2050 Ltd for having the vision and agility to deliver us this momentum.
June 2020 - We received NZ Lotteries funding (Environment and Heritage Fund) to develop and deliver community engagement and permissions for Phase 2.
October 2019 - We received Wellington Community Trust grant funding to greatly enhance the virtual barrier system in Rongotai.
JOIN OUR TEAM
We are always looking for additional partners to join our team, so if you want to contribute or invest, get in and get on board! We will collaborate to succeed.
Naku te rourou nau te rourou ka ora ai te iwi
With your basket and my basket the people will live