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Animal Works Australia is an Australian not-for-profit association that works with partners around the globe to conserve wildlife. We are a volunteer-run body of conservationists, educators, business professionals and creatives that are passionate about the natural world and determined not to let the world’s most iconic species disappear.

Why we’re Different

Animal Works only raises funds for physical resources that animals and habitats need in order to survive and thrive naturally and safely. We don’t pay ‘grey’ costs like wages, admin or marketing fees. We purchase equipment, natural untainted land, veterinary supplies, food, anti-poaching gear, educational materials and research tools (like camera traps). You can be sure that your donations to Animal Works Australia will go directly to a real solution – not into anyone’s salary.

Help Us Help Them!

Be a part of Animal Works and help us purchase the equipment, veterinary supplies, habitat, food and all other resources for the research, rescue, rehabilitation and release of endangered and threatened wildlife around the world. Choose your project on our 'What We Do' page and show your support.

Our Fundraising efforts are always lots of fun!

Delicious dinners, fantastic prizes, entertaining evenings, and beautiful original art are on offer - who can resist!? Join us at our latest event, have a great time and know that 100% of your donation goes directly towards supporting that specific project. Take a look at our previous events on our campaigns and Events page, and check out our upcoming events on our Facebook page.

Saving wildlife through Art

Animal Works is a unique conservation organisation... we find great value in harnessing the creativity and artistic passion of our team to raise funds for our projects. Co-Founder, Nafisa, is a professional portrait artist whose talent for capturing the soul and emotion in faces and forms is equally shown in people and animals she meets while on conservation projects. Click here to read more..
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