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The Foundation for Australia's Most Endangered Species (FAME) is committed to funding on-ground conservation projects to save Australia’s most rare and endangered native flora and fauna. An overhead view of FAME’s work in Australia will show up as a number of small patchwork quilts, small areas where good work, care and attention are both saving and boosting the populations of native animals and plants under threat. Help us, help them.

You can choose to donate to one of the ‘Current Projects’ below, or simply let us use your gift wherever the need is greatest.

Current Projects

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We sincerely thank all our loyal supporters.

Below are some of our success stories to date, made possible by people like you.

Success Stories

Stop feral cats in their tracks
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Hear the Cry of the Bush Stone-curlew
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Saving a rainforest plant from extinction
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Help the Southern Pink Underwing Moth emerge
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Planting important habitat to save the Iconic Cassowary
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Securing a future for the Eastern Bettong (and its friends)
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Saving the Iconic Cassowary
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Securing the future of the Tall Astelia
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Finding the endangered Kangaroo Island Dunnarts
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Potoroos, Bettongs & Bandicoots!
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Protecting the last wild populations of Numbats
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Project Wild_
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Mountain Pygmy Possum
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Keeping endangered wildlife safe at Wadderin
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Tasmanian Devil
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Bridled Nail-tail Wallaby
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Cane Toad
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Mt Lofty Ranges Emu Wren
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Northern Hairy-nosed Wombat
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Western Quoll
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Brush-tailed Possum
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Saving Native Orchids
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Spiny Daisy
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Burrowing Bettong
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Endangered Mala at Scotia
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Optimising Felixer
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Applying for a Grant

The FAME Board aspires to create a preferred and better future with regard to the continued existence of all Australian native fauna and flora. With this in mind FAME recognises that, for the organisation to continue to succeed, there is a need to plan for the future.