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Schools news

It's always inspiring to hear what other people are doing to raise awareness about the Tasmanian devil. You may find some good ideas for activities that you or your school can get involved in. If you do, let us know about it!

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Overwhelming support from Kids Club members around the country and beyond

Overwhelming support from Kids Club members around the country and beyond read more...
Last published: 15/08/2013

Shelby’s awesome effort

Shelby Craig raised over $300 for the save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal. This is her story… read more...
Last published: 02/08/2012

Scotch Oakburn College turns Black and White to save the Tasmanian Devil

In recent years, the College has joined Nature Nic’s Black and White Day, raising funds for the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal. 2012’s fundraising total was $697.60. read more...
Last published: 20/06/2012

The Learning Sanctuary takes to the stage to help save the devil!

Preschool children at the Learning Sanctuary in Queensland put on a play to raise money for the Tasmanian devil. read more...
Last published: 08/03/2012

The Blackwell kids share their fundraising experiences

Thirteen-year-old Perth student Louis Blackwell, his sister Alice, aged 10, and brother Isaac, aged 8, recently raised over $500 for the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal. read more...
Last published: 11/11/2011

Yianni's Tassie devil science project raises awareness in the U.S.

Second grader Yianni Costarides created an impressive display for his science project using the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program website. read more...
Last published: 01/03/2011

Pocket money surprise

Nine-year-old Laura D’Alessandro surprised even her family when she donated her pocket money to the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal. read more...
Last published: 25/11/2009

She’s apples!

Nine-year-old Sancia Bingham donated more than $600 to the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal – money she had collected during six months of fundraising. read more...
Last published: 11/08/2009

Devils to the Max

Max Albos, a student at BEPS International School in Brussels, Belgium, completed a project on the Devil Facial Tumour Disease, which he shared as a Powerpoint presentation with his school. read more...
Last published: 21/07/2009

As simple as Black and White

Hobart schoolboy Nic Bonnitcha came up with the idea that everyone could wear black and white clothes on a specific day, and make a gold coin donation to support research into the Devil Facial Tumour Disease. read more...
Last published: 20/05/2009
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