The Bush Protection Program is Trust for Nature’s monthly giving program. When you sign up to give monthly, you become a Bush Protector and your ongoing support provides safety, security and stability for Victoria’s most vulnerable creatures.
Bush Protection Program
Monthly donations provide regular support to Victoria’s most at-risk species, habitats and ecosystems.
Become a Bush Protector today!
To become a Bush Protector, set up a monthly donation below:
Why the bush needs your help...
Frequently Asked Questions
You can become a Bush Protector by signing up to give monthly. You can start a monthly donation by clicking the ‘Donate’ button above and completing the prompted steps to fill out the form. You can also give us a call on 1800 999 933 and we can assist you with starting your monthly donation.
We accept credit or debit card payments for the Bush Protection Program.
You will receive a tax deductible receipt with a summary of your donations at the end of each financial year. You will also receive a confirmation email when you begin your monthly donation.
You can cancel your monthly donation any time by getting in touch with Trust for Nature’s Fundraising team via email at email@example.com or by phone on 1800 999 933.
You will be charged for your monthly donation each month, on or around the date of your first donation.
You can update your contact details by contacting Trust for Nature’s Fundraising team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 1800 999 933.
Your monthly donation supports Trust for Nature’s core year-round projects that enable us to protect nature on private land forever. You can learn more by reading our Statewide Conservation Plan here.
More ways to give
Support Trust for Nature through your workplace or corporate giving program.
Wills and Bequests
Including Trust for Nature as a beneficiary in your Will is your gift to the future preservation of nature in Victoria.
Become a Bush Protector to provide regular support to Victoria’s most at-risk species, habitats and ecosystems.