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.

Black & White Day supported all over the world!

WOW!! 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.

Here are a few photos to show you what some of your fellow Tassie devil supporters have been up to to help raise money and awareness.

Jas & her best friend Charli have been collecting 5c pieces & selling rainbow bands (the new craze at their school).  The girls are very proud of themselves (as are their mums!)

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Jas has continued her support for the Appeal by having a market stall.  She made bracelets, clips, headbands, got her grandma to make the gift cards, baby beanies & blankets.  Sounds like she got the whole family on board with her fundraising efforts. 

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7 year old Marcus had a "what you want to be when you grow up" dress up day at this school.   What else would he want to be but a "Tassie Devil Catcher".

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Sam, Zak & Louis had loads of fun with their school friends and local community at the Montville Markets.  It was such a success the boys are keen to run another stall soon.

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Check out these generous kids who have been raising funds for the Tassie Devil on the other side of the world in Jersey, Channel Islands!

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The students at Swansea Primary School in Tasmania held a Black & White day and got everyone to add their coins to the outline of the Tassie devil.

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Ashley & Pleadar are on the SRC at Devonport Primary School and decided to run a Black & White Day.  They organised their class mates to run the event which included face painting all the kids in the school as well as using it as an opportunity to learn more about the plight of the Tassie devil.