Nature Glenelg Trust gives you the opportunity to make a real difference, by directly investing in our DGR-listed (tax-deductible) Public Fund, or via one of the initiatives listed below.

NGT’s current operating model sees us working extremely hard to derive income from other sources to cover the regular running costs of the organisation.

At the present time, this means that literally 100% of your donation will be used to support future on-ground action or the specific project listed below.

If you wish to discuss a bequest or donation (of cash or property) please contact the NGT Manager on 08 8797 8181 or email .

Alternatively, there are also four ways you can donate today:

1) Follow the links below to donate online via Paypal towards:

2) EFT Online Bank Transfer

Account Name: Habitat Restoration Fund
BSB: 313-140
Account Number: 12029616
Reference: [If relevant, insert the name of the project you are donating to]

3) A cheque addressed to:

Nature Glenelg Trust – Habitat Restoration Fund
PO Box 2177
Mount Gambier, SA, 5290
Reference: [If relevant, insert the name of the project you are donating to]

4) Call the NGT office to donate over the phone

Please call Jess Bourchier in the NGT office on 0428 217 249 or (08) 8797 8596, and she will be able to take your credit card details and process the donation over the phone.

If you donate via option 2 or 3, please also email us at , or call on (08) 8797 8596, so that for donations over $2, we can email or send you back your ATO compliant receipt for your next tax return.

Thanks for your support!

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By donating to the NGT Reserves Fund, you will be making a contribution into the NGT Foundation. Every $20 donated will eventually generate a sustainable income stream of $1 per year, forever, to underpin the long-term management of NGT Reserves. You can make a once-off or regular contribution, and all donations over $2 are tax-deductible.

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NGT and The University of Melbourne are seeking your help to fund the next stage of an investigation into the genetic status of the southern Australian Brolga population, which straddles the border zone between western Victoria and the South East of South Australia.

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