We need your help – donate today to help save the kiwiAotearoa used to be home to millions of kiwi. Today, there are only 68,000. Save the Kiwi is on a mission to rebuild the kiwi population – but we need your help. Can you imagine New Zealand without the kiwi? Neither can we. Please join the cause to save the kiwi.
$500 could buy two field cameras
Predators are very clever – and very elusive.
$500 could buy two field cameras which will help us understand if predators like stoats, ferrets, and feral cats are present in habitat where kiwi live. Field cameras also help us better understand trap-shy pests, so we can tweak our trapping practices and be better at keeping kiwi safe.
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To guarantee the future population growth of the kiwi, the Save the Kiwi Endowment Fund gives generous donors the opportunity to directly invest into the future of our national icon. Managed by Jarden and supported by patrons Sir John Key and Helen Clark, the Save the Kiwi Endowment Fund will ensure that predator control, training, the development of more kōhanga sites and incubation and crèching facilities, and other kiwi conservation initiatives will be guaranteed long into the future.
Leave a gift in your will
Want to leave a legacy that will really make a difference? Leaving a gift in your will to Save the Kiwi is a wonderful way to contribute to the return of the kiwi all over New Zealand even when you’re not here to see it.
Migrant investor donations
If you are looking to emigrate to New Zealand via an investor business migration visa and you fit within one of the two investor visa categories (Investor 2 or Investor Plus), part of your investment can be donated as philanthropic gifts to registered charities like Save the Kiwi.