Donate to Environment East Gippsland

If you like what we do, or if you feel outraged and want to help somehow you can make a donation to support our work. EEG provides the most enviro-bang for your buck – and we work 7 days a week – no holiday pay, no office rent, power bills, wages or overheads.

You can donate securely via Paypal using the form below, or head to Give Now to make donation

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We rely totally on our memberships and donations. Amongst our recent achievements are the following:

We rely totally on our memberships and donations. Amongst our recent achievements are the following:

  • Three out of three successful legal actions against VicForests and the Department
  • Playing an active role in keeping VicForests from the board of FSC.
  • We are one of the 8 Australian groups taking the issue of Abbott’s abuse of the environment to an international forum.
  • Highlight the unscientific and damaging use of large scale burns in fire management
  • Write endless submissions, attend meetings, present evidence
  • Submit FOI applications to gain hidden information
  • And much more …

Regular Donations

Regular donations enable us to continue our work and plan ahead. If you’d like to make regular donations, GiveNow accepts online tax deductible donations on our behalf. GiveNow will email you a tax receipt.

Bequests

Your love for the great beauty and diversity of our forests can last beyond your lifetime. A bequest to Environment East Gippsland is a lasting contribution to the protection of our forests and will help ensure their spectacular biodiversity is inherited by friends, family and future generations.

Become a member

Another way to support our work is to become a member. For $20 a year ($15 for unwaged), you will receive the famous Potoroo Review. This newsletter is full of forest news you’ll never hear about in the mainstream media. It’s written in simple language that gets straight to the point. It also uses satire and humour to lessen the impact of the often bad news.