DOUBLE your tax time gift! Nature’s Own is matching donations up to $25,000 until 30 June.

The Greater Glider is on the brink of extinction.

These fluffy eared marsupials used to be one of the most common animals in Eastern Australia. Today, you’re very lucky if you’ve ever seen one.

Tragically, because of climate change driven habitat destruction they’re now endangered with numbers rapidly decreasing.

Bushfires and deforestation are destroying the trees they rely on for survival.

We must ACT NOW to save their homes – before it’s too late!

Your gift could power a science-led response to help save the Greater Glider and other threatened species.

Don’t miss the chance to DOUBLE your impact. Offer ends 30 June.

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You could help us plant native trees and rebuild forest ecosystems that can save the Greater Glider and other threatened species from extinction.

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$59 could replant trees that the Greater Glider relies on for food and shelter
$77 could build nest boxes that it can use as a home
$150 could power a science-led response to restore precious habitat

$59 could replant trees that the Greater Glider relies on for food and shelter

$77 could build nest boxes that it can use as a home

$150 could power a science-led response to restore precious habitat

Your Donation Can Help Ensure The Greater Glider’s Survival

The beautiful Greater Glider relies on hollows in large, ancient trees for nesting, shelter and a safe place to tend to it’s young.

But these trees are in decline. Some are being lost through deforestation. A warming climate means more frequent and severe bushfires are an ongoing threat.

The reality is this precious native animal, along with many others, is edging closer to extinction.  We must act now before it’s too late!

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About Greening Australia

Greening Australia is a proudly independent environmental enterprise. We are a national not-for-profit committed to restoring Australia’s diverse landscapes and protecting biodiversity in ways that benefit communities, economies, and nature.

With projects spanning the breadth of the country – from city suburbs to remote rural locations – we apply a science-led, collaborative approach to deliver nature-based solutions addressing the twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss.