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PAST DONORS

 

Thank you to all our donors. Without your support the work of the Flower Valley Conservation Trust will not be possible.

HANS HOHEISEN CHARITABLE TRUST

hanshoheisenHans Hoheisen Charitable Trust supported Flower Valley Conservation Trust in its continued work across the landscape. The Trust was founded by Hans Hoheisen, who showed a great love for the environment during his life. His generosity and wisdom have also been highlighted as traits that facilitated his major conservation efforts in South Africa and abroad. While he died in 2003, his conservation work continues through his Trust today. The Trust is managed by Nedbank Private Wealth.

AUSAID

ausaid-donorsThe Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) is responsible for managing Australia’s overseas aid programme, in line with Australia’s national interest. The objective of the aid programme is to assist developing countries to reduce poverty and achieve sustainable development. AusAID assisted the Flower Valley Early Learning Centre, by supporting the building of the classroom which today houses up to 20 children aged two to six. www.ausaid.gov.au

EARTHVOICE

earthvoice-donorsEarthVoice is a not-for-profit centre for restoring the human relationship to the environment through education. It has provided Flower Valley Conservation Trust with invaluable technical assistance in programme development. www.greenlivingnetwork.org

ARCADIA FUND

Fauna and Flora International established the Arcadia Fund in 1998 to purchase non-protected areas of high biodiversity value that are under immediate threat. In 1999, a major donation from the Arcadia Fund, with support from The Conservation Foundation, The Countryside Restoration Trust and a concerned individual, enabled FFI to help purchase Flower Valley. Through FFI’s partnerships, Flower Valley has received invaluable funding and technical support.

BUSINESS PARTNERSHIPS

The Fauna and Flora International Global Business Partnership aims to work with leading multinationals in the commercial and industrial sector that have a significant impact on biodiversity. Flower Valley has benefited greatly through the FFI/British American Tobacco Biodiversity Partnership, which was founded on a mutual interest in exploring and developing the role of business in conservation and management of biodiversity.

FRIENDS OF THE FYNBOS

Generous donations have been received from members of FFI and from Friends of the Fynbos. These personal ‘votes of confidence’ helped to inspire and encourage us in our everyday work, reminding us that what we are doing in our own small valley on the southern tip of Africa, is important to people all over the world.

OPEN GATE

Established in July 2000, Open Gate is registered as a grant-making Trust in the United Kingdom. The Trust supports small-scale environmental, technological and educational projects in Derbyshire and the surrounding conurbations as well as in developing countries. Open Gate, with the assistance of Fauna & Flora International (FFI), has supported the Flower Valley Early Learning programme. www.opengatetrust.org.uk

SHELL FOUNDATION

shell-donorsShell Foundation was established by the Shell Group in 2000 as an independent, UK registered charity operating with a global mandate. Its mission has been to develop and promote enterprise-based solutions to the challenges arising from the impact of energy and globalisation on poverty and the environment. www.shellfoundation.org

THE WILDLIFE TRUST

wildlife-trustThe Wildlife Land Trust of the Humane Society of the USA protects wildlife by preserving natural habitats and permanent sanctuaries. The Trust supported the participatory development of a conservation management plan for Flower Valley. www.wlt.org

UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

undp-donorsThe United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is the United Nation’s global development network, advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. UNDP is active in more than 160 countries, working with each on its own solutions to global and national development challenges. As these countries develop local capacity, they draw on the people of UNDP and its wide range of partners. www.undp.org

 

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