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Preferred Partners

The following is a listing of Preferred Volunteer Partners. These are organizations with whom the Volunteer ID Card is working and who we have found to be reputable, ethical and we feel comfortable recommending them to our members.

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Conservation Volunteers
With offices in most capital cities and many regional centres, Conservation Volunteers is the largest practical conservation organisation in Australia and New Zealand. Each year they complete more than 2000 conservation projects lasting anywhere from one day to many months. Activities may include tree planting; seed collection; endangered species protection; weed control; flora and fauna surveys; walking track construction; fencing and environmental monitoring. Anyone with a love of the outdoors and an interest in the environment is welcome to join Conservation Volunteers projects.

Volunteering is your chance to make a difference in South Africa. Your gift of time can change the world for a child with Aids, an animal in need or a family without a roof over their heads. We recognize that there are many people who have skills, compassion and time who really want to help but are not quite sure how.

Mauritian Wildlife Foundation
The Mauritian Wildlife Foundation (MWF)is the only Non-Governmental Organization in Mauritius to be exclusively concerned with the conservation and preservation of the Mauritian nation's endangered plants and animals. The organization works through hands-on actions and is also active on Rodrigues and local islets.

Vervet Monkey Foundation
Rehabilitation, Education, Sanctuary - The Vervet Monkey Foundation is a non-profit organization (#020 694 NPO) established in 1993. Our centre is based in Tzaneen in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. We rehabilitate and provide sanctuary to over 700 vervet monkeys, orphaned, injured, abused, ex-laboratory or unwanted pets.

Marine Dynamic Tours
Shark populations worldwide are increasingly threatened, and in scientific circles there is still research needed to fully understand and interpret shark behaviour. You will learn about coastal eco-systems in the region, and about what work is going on to help preserve them. Each link of the chain needs to be supported in order to ensure ocean sustainability.

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