donate link to home page link to home page about the disease Save the Tasmanian devil. Devil Facial Tumouir Disease threatens the existence of this internationally-recognised icon. In some areas more than 90% of the Tasmanian devil population has been wiped out.

Kids Club

Published: 28/08/2013

Hi! It's great to see you in the Save the Tasmanian Devil Kids Club.

This Page/Hi-5_web.jpgI'm so glad you're here. So many of my friends and family have been affected by Devil Facial Tumour Disease and the only way we can avoid complete extinction is with your help to raise money for the work of the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program.

Membership is FREE, and we'll do everything we can to support you in finding out more about the Tasmanian devil, the disease ravaging the population and how you can help.

If you're not already a donor, you can still use this site for loads of information about Tasmanian devils.

All members will receive:

  • A personalised certificate of membership
  • Educational activities and resources for FREE
  • A regular newsletter about how we're going in our efforts to save the Tasmanian devil
  • Invitations to special events and competitions
  • Speakers to come to your club or school to talk about the Tasmanian devil
  • Resources and support to help you run a fundraising event, including stickers, booklets, badges and more!

Join me up! I want to be a member of the Kids Club. 

Point me to more information about Tasmanian devils.

I want to run a fundraiser of my own. Help me get started with my fundraiser's kit.

What can I do at school? See what's happening around the devil fundraising community in schools.

Black and White Day 2014 

We are calling on all schools to get involved - dress in black and white, donate a gold coin and raise funds for the Tasmanian devils fight against DFTD.  It's easy to take part, you can email us for details at Devil.Appeal@utas.edu.au. To find out more information, click on this Black and White Day flyer.

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Trevallyn Primary School students donated a gold coin for free dress day 
Link to Nature Nic’s Black & White Day site http://www.blackandwhiteday.com.au/ 

Threatened Species Day 2014

National Threatened Species Day is held on 7 September each year to commemorate the loss of the last known Tasmanian tiger in captivity, which sadly occurred in Hobart in 1936. It was a tragic loss and we're working hard to make sure the Tasmanian devil doesn't follow in the tiger's footsteps. Find out more about how you can get involved.

Contact us

The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal is the official fundraising arm of the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program.

Postal address:
Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal
Locked Bag 1350
Launceston, Tasmania 7250
Australia

Telephone:
Telephone: 03 6324 3314
International: +61 3 6324 3314

Fax: 03 6324 3402

Email:
Devil.Appeal@utas.edu.au

Latest news


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Libby's mission is to save a species

Libby Rayner (10) took her fight to save Tasmanian devils to the street, more specifically to her home in Gloster Street. The Year 5 Subiaco Primary School student is doing a project on Tasmanian devils as part of her primary extension and challenge (PEAC) program. read more...
Published: 10/12/2014

Riverside and Exeter Cubs rising to the Challenge

The Riverside and Exeter Cub packs and their leaders have been working towards their Commissioner's Challenge Award 2014. To receive this award the Cubs and Leaders have had to partake in quite a few rigorous activities involving learning about the Tasmanian Devil and the Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD). read more...
Published: 10/12/2014

Zara and her friends at Basket Range Primary School help the devil

Here's a letter we received from Zara Baker who attends Basket Range Prinary School in South Australia. read more...
Published: 10/12/2014

Sandy Bay Infant School prep students learn all about the Tassie devil

Chloe Groom was recently the "expert of the week" at Sandy Bay Infant School in Hobart, Tasmania. She was very lucky to have her dad Matthew's support who talked about the Tasmanian devil. It was Science Week the following week so he talked about the devil lifecycle and the work being done to help save the Tasmanian devil. read more...
Published: 16/10/2014

Future problem solvers learn about the Tassie devil

St Mary's College student Hannah Sutton recently travelled to Iowa, USA, to attend the Future Problem Solving International Conference where she competed in the "Global Issues Problem Solving International Finals". Hannah used this opportunity to raise awareness and interest for the Tasmanian devil and the Save the Tasmanian devil Appeal. She participated in a memento exchange, exchanging Tassie Devil wristbands, stickers and face masks. read more...
Published: 02/10/2014

Black & White Day supported all over the world!

So far almost $15 000 has been raised through Black & White Day and there are still plenty of schools around the country who will help raise more in Term 4! What a fantastic effort everyone. This money will make a real difference to the work being done to ensure the devil stays alive in the wild. read more...
Published: 22/09/2014

Monster Truck fans get colouring

The Tassie truck has been an ambassador for the Appeal for the past two years, raising money and awareness for the charity. The Tassie devil is a Monster Truck “with a purpose”! He visits hundreds of schools each year around Australia to raise awareness about the plight of the Tassie devils and what school kids can do to help. read more...
Published: 25/07/2014

Come on – join the challenge and be part of Black & White Day

So many schools, businesses & community groups are getting behind Black & White Day – it’s awesome!! read more...
Published: 25/07/2014

Overwhelming support from Kids Club members around the country and beyond

Overwhelming support from Kids Club members around the country and beyond read more...
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...
Published: 02/08/2012
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