Thanks to all our extended family… the directors, the Wild Mountaineers who help up the mountain, the supporters in the land below who contribute in all sorts of ways and the donors who underwrite the centre… without you all we would not have had such a successful half year !

Helen Abrahams, Jon & Claire Adermann, Esther Allan &Damian Carstens, Phil Allen, Jamie Bastedo, Trevor Berrill, Beaudesert RSL, Toni Maree Bishop, Geoff Borschmann &Rosalind Perry, Jeremy Brookes, Sara Bruxner, Liz Cameron & John Griffin, Emma Carton, Peter Coveney, Lisa Corben, Michael Dandovici, Bibiana Duque, Graham Fakes, Trudy Gangell, Bill & Jane Griffin, Colleen & Chris Hayes, Karen Healy, Dave Kingleyside, Jeanie Heaslop, Lorna & Will Heaslop, Ned Hill, Rachel Hollowell, Jeremy Howes, Liz Hughes & Damon Permezel, Jean & Cliff Kratzing, Dana Lyons, Peter Griffin & Sabine Schleicher, Lydia Kelly, Rolf Kuelsen, Peter Kutner, Stephanie Long, Belinda Macartney, John Mackenzie, Mary Maher, Emma Maltby, Mandana Mapar, Cortnee McIlwee, Ben Missen, Martin & Patena Moesker, MECU Ltd, Dan Morton &Therese Engeler, Wendy Neilan, Rachel Nolan, Barbara O’Brien, Jake Palmer, Elizabeth Parry-Okeden, Bruce Perrott, Lois & John Perry, Ailsa Persse, Rob Price, Luke Reade, Chris & Lynn Roberts, Matt Roberts, Sam Roberts, Emma-Kate Rose, Emma Scragg, Jane Scragg, Geoffrey Smith, Jess Stephens, Lyndon Stone, David & Kathy Teakle, George Trembath, Joan Urquhart, John & Kathy Watkins, Ronnie Wright, Jumko Yamakawa, Peter Young, Therrese & Gary adkovich, Jana Zehr, Antonia Zoomers,

There are many ways to donate and be apart of Wild Mountains. People can donate through ‘buying’ an Earth Bond, as an ongoing monthly contribution to the running of the project, or purchase an Earth Gift, a one off contribution of a nominated amount that makes a thoughtful gift to friends and family who have a passion for this beautiful planet. The other avenues to give to this worthy project are through one-off donations, making abequest or contributing at our annual fundraiser events.
At Wild Mountains we provide the missing tools needed to equip the community and our kids for them to improve the future health of the planet. Wild Mountains is a privately run not-for-profit organisation that relies on corporate and individual donations to subsidize our programs which enable the community and our kids to access vital education and tools to live in greater harmony with the planet.
Donations and in-kind offers are gratefully received at Wild Mountains as they help us carry out our vital programs here on the mountain and help us continue to improve the buildings that make this world class facility truly visionary.
There is no contribution too great or too small that you can give, as it is all needed and put to good use. If you can’t give time, please consider making an online donation via eGive by clicking on the ‘Make A Donation’ link at the bottom of this page.
Remember that donations over $2 are fully tax deductible. Please contact us for more information.
Many people are generous with their giving which is encouraging showing that the Wild Mountains Trust is backed by community interest and support.

One hundred per cent of your donation goes to the development, support and facilitation of Wild Mountains Programs and Sustainable Building Practices. These enable us to provide environmental and community education like our Earth Keepers Program for 10-12 year olds, our Shapers of Tomorrow Program for 14-16 year olds or our Growing Roots Program for the “bigger” kids as well as other opportunities for educating our local communities.
Your donation will help shape the environmental foot print of the next generation in the interest of long-term sustainable lifestyles on our planet.