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We are raising funds to give more students in New Zealand the opportunity to connect with nature through our programs and resources. 

We welcome charitable donations, both small and large. We also welcome donations of digital SLR cameras that you no longer use. A $300 donation can sponsor a workshop for 5 children, and benefit 50 community members (whanau, community, teachers). 

Please donate now using the button below if you find a connection with our work. If you would like to make a significant donation, please get in touch with us.


There are many ways to get involved with our work. Read about our open volunteer roles and opportunities.

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Most of our workshops and programmes are offered free of charge to participants to ensure that there are no barriers for children to participate and we have been delighted with the engagement from a wide range of ethnicities and socio-economic families to date.  We have also seen incredible interactions from children with learning and other neurodiverse challenges. To ensure that we can continue these workshops and programmes at low to no cost, we are seeking donations and/or sponsorship from businesses that are keen to demonstrate their commitment to ESG and their community, while supporting a charity that can offer so much to our tamariki. Sponsors receive public recognition from us in addition to some great benefits in return for their support!

Options include:
- Sponsor one or more Nature Photography Workshops ($400 for 1, $1000 for 3, $3500 for 10)
- Sponsor our borrow-a-camera program ($2500)
- Sponsor an exhibition ($2000)
- Purchase print or digital image ($300-$500)
- All year round sponsorship (Gold $10,000, Platinum $25,000)

If you would like to learn more, please get in touch with us.


If you love Nature + Photography + Teaching children, perhaps you can start programs like ours wherever you live in New Zealand or the world. Every seed planted makes the world that much greener. Get in touch with us for inspiration, ideas and resources.

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