Invitation to Volunteers

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Rewilding Stonnington is a 100% volunteer managed and run organisation. We are always happy to welcome new volunteers! Unfortunately at this point we can’t include children, but if you are over the age of 18 and can:

  • Weed, dig, plant, use a spade or a shovel

If you want to:

  • Learn more about indigenous and endemic plants
  • Help enhance biodiversity and combat climate change in our local area
  • Join an existing project
  • Start a project in your neighbourhood
  • Help recruit others

If you have special knowledge or skills (in plants, gardening or bush regeneration, admin, IT or financial management) or just want to have a go, please do get in touch.

Committee 2023-24

The Rewilding Stonnington Committee for 2023-24 is:

  • President Alison Richards
  • Vice President Nadine Samaha
  • Treasurer Mary Mahoney
  • Secretary Jason Whyte
  • Ordinary members: Julie Laidler, Marion Miller, Kirby Roper, Graham Ross, Grace Warner

Our Funders, Partners, and Sponsors

We rely on the generosity and commitment of our members, friends, partners and sponsors to support our activities. As with many community-based organisations, a great deal of that support comes in the form of gifts of time and energy, in kind rather than cash. Funding from government and philanthropic bodies allows us to purchase goods and services including tools and plants. Financial donations from individuals are always welcome although at this point in our development we can’t offer tax deductibility … watch this space!

We are particularly grateful to our funding bodies:

Government of Australia: Stronger Communities, Department of Social Services (DSS), Department of Climate Change, Energy, the Environment and Water (DCCEEW).

Government of Victoria: Department of Energy, Environment and Climate Action

Vic Track

City of Stonnington

To our auspice bodies:

Keep Australia Beautiful (Victoria)

Rotary Club of Prahran

To our project partners, local businesses and other like-minded organisations:

Arborco Malvern

GreenAnt Networks

Greenlink Box Hill

Kirby Architects Malvern

level-ak Malvern

The Kooyongkoot Alliance

The Green Line Alliance

The Yarra Link Project

Victorian Environment Friends Network (VEFN)

VINC (Victorian Indigenous Nurseries Co-op) Fairfield

Proudly supported by the City of Stonnington