We're an alliance of grass-roots groups fighting for the protection and restoration of forests, and we need your help
We receive no government funding, and are fully supported by generous supporters who believe in our work.
The state government recently announced they're bring forward the transition out native forest logging to January 1 2024. This is a monumental win, but our work is far from over.
We now need to keep vigilant while logging can continue over the next 6 months, strengthen the alliance to fully participate in the transition out of native forest logging, end destructive “fire management” practices and so-called "salvage logging", and begin the long campaign to regenerate forests that have been terribly impacted by logging for so long.
Our work will continue to be critical to ensure the best outcomes and protection for forests, First Nations sovereignty and transitioning communities.
We're fundraising to keep our work alive for the next 6 months and beyond, and we need your help. Give now to support our ongoing campaign to protect forests!
You can be a part of what we do by donating! Donations are not tax-deductible.
To make a tax-deductible donation to the VFA, go through the Friends of the Earth donation page here
Donations go to:
- Help fund citizen science programs to survey for threatened species like the Leadbeater's Possum and Greater Glider
- Public awareness raising and community events
- Paying our part-time staff a modest wage
- Creating opportunities for people to take action through petitions, rallies and volunteering
And so much more!