Project Island Song is reliant on funders and sponsors to keep us on the path to achieving our vision. Thank you to all those who have contributed towards Project Island Song in various ways, including the provision of free travel for volunteers going to the islands, funding project work, sponsoring volunteer lunches on planting days and much more.
With your support we can bring the islands of Ipipiri alive again with the sound of native New Zealand birdsong.
|Department of Conservation for their commitment to the Project Island Song partnership. The Bay of Islands DOC office leads island biosecurity and incursion response if any pests turn up on the islands, and provides logistical support for planting. DOC also supports our work through their Community Conservation Fund.|
|Barefoot Sailing Adventures for supporting volunteer transport to the islands|
|Bay of Islands Water Taxi for providing transport to the islands for our volunteers|
|The Chenery Memorial Trust for supporting our volunteering and species monitoring programmes|
|Copthorne Hotel and Resort Bay of Islands for supporting the island restoration, including species translocations and tree planting|
|Dave Hesketh Plumbing Ltd, for supporting the species monitoring programme|
|Explore Group, for providing transport to the islands for our volunteers and bird releases, and the Floating Classroom programme|
|Foundation North for supporting a Project Coordinator to develop and resource a volunteer programme, raise awareness of the project with community involvement and advocacy, and promoting the ecological restoration of the islands.|
|Fullers GreatSights Bay of Islands for their annual contribution of vessels and crew for the Project Island Song planting days and bird releases, a per head contribution to an island walking tour as well as the use of their facilities for meetings.|
|Joyce Fisher Charitable Trust for providing the funds for us to run our Environmental Expeditions and Floating Classroom programmes, which will enable us to continue to teach and engage young people in conservation.|
|Lottery Environment and Heritage Grant, for providing the funding to implement our Translocation Action Plan that prioritises species to be returned to the islands.|
|Northland Regional Council for their ongoing contribution to the protection of the islands, by funding and providing technical support for the pest management of the mainland buffer zone.|
|WWF - New Zealand as the Tindall Foundation's Environmental Donation Manager for the Community Conservation Fund, which supports our wētāpunga reintroduction programme.|