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We are grateful to a huge range of supporters that help us make it all happen. It's always amazing to see the diversity and generosity of those organisations that are willing to support our on-ground activities through a range of financial and in-kind donations.
SEQ Catchments is a community-based NGO working to protect and restore South East Queensland's natural assets and biodiversity. SEQ Catchments provided initial set up funds for the new SEQ project in 2006 and currently provide in kind support of the SEQ Project by way of office space, mapping projects and expert advice as well as supporting coastal clean up events.
Scientists provide scientific advice to Reef Check Australia for the development of coral reef monitoring programs and the interpretation of data.
Quality financial and business consulting services that cater to our needs as a small environmental not-for-profit.
Provide advice and support to the SEQ Project.
Helped to develop a new Reef Check Australia Fundraising plan and some exciting new opportunities to support the cause.
Provide in-kind labour for all of our office technology needs.
GP One Consulting
Provide database development support & advice.
Provide in kind advice and support for Townsville and Palm Island-based projects. The North Queensland Dry Tropics NRM Board financially supported initial scoping for the Palm Island Indigenous Engagement Project in 2008.
Provide in-kind website hosting support and advice.
Provided n kind access to the Reef Teach Classes to Reef Check Australia volunteers to help support our volunteer surveyor training program.
Supporting Academic Institutions
James Cook University provided in kind office space for the first 2 years of Reef Check Australia and continues to provide in kind training rooms for training courses as well as scientific advice.
Griffith University supported the establishment of the SEQ Project through in kind office space and utilities for the project coordinator.
Thank you to University of Queensland, particularly to the School of Geography Planning and Environmental Management for in-kind support through training facilities, scientific advice and research support.
We have a collaborative relationship with USC, having trained more than 20 university students in Reef Check on snorkel for application in ecotourism projects in Australia and beyond.