"Plan to Save the Tasmanian Devil" is the catch-cry of Australia's leading producer of diaries, planners and organizers, Collins Debden, in their announcement of a new partnership with the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program Appeal to raise vital funds in the fight keep wild devils alive in Tasmania. Read more...
The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal is the only official fundraising entity that direct funds in full to Australia's national response to Devil Facial Tumour Disease, through the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program.
100% of the funds raised by the Appeal go to the research and management activities that have been prioritised as important to the long-term solution to Devil Facial Tumour Disease and the aim to keep Tasmanian devils sustainable in the wild as well as to facilitate the educational and publicity activities of the Appeal. All donations over $2 are fully tax deductable and GST exempt in Australia.
Manager, Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal
University of Tasmania Foundation
Administration, Building B4
University of Tasmania
Newnham Campus, Launceston
Project grants and scholarships are funded from donations received through the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal via the Tasmanian Devil Research Advisory Committee, to support research and management programs that meet the key priority areas of the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program. read more...
Running your own fundraising event to support the Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal is a fantastic opportunity to get together a group of friends, co-workers, club members, a team or even a class to raise funds in any way you choose. read more...
The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal Committee both oversees the activities of the Appeal manager and makes recommendations to the Tasmanian Devil Research Advisory Committee on how donations will be disbursed to the Program's research and management activities. read more...
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