The James N. Kirby Foundation is supporting conservation in this, the International Year of Biodiversity, via an important partnership with Fauna & Flora International (FFI) Australia.
Who is Fauna & Flora International?
FFI is the world’s oldest conservation organisation, established in 1903. We are striving to secure a sustainable future for the planet, by working with the people and communities that depend on it.
Our work in Australia.
With our Australian partner, the Burnett Mary Regional Group (BMRG), we are working to conserve one ofAustralia’s most beautiful and iconic regions encompassing two world heritage sites – Fraser Island and the Southern point of the Great Barrier Reef.
With its increasing human population, land clearing and the effects of climate change, this region is now under threat. The Kirby Foundation is helping FFI Australia and BMRG achieve the following:
This valuable work can only be achieved with the generous support of far-sighted philanthropists such as the James N. Kirby Foundation. FFI Australia extends its sincere thanks for your support.
Director of Development, Fauna & Flora International Australia