Established in 2001, the New Zealand National Parks and Conservation Foundation is an independent charitable trust offering fund management services.
The Foundation holds and invests donations and private sector funding, distributing funds to New Zealand-based conservation projects that meet their investment criteria.
They offer independent assurance and accountability and have worked with DOC since 2001, supporting a number of conservation projects across New Zealand.
The Foundation works with DOC across New Zealand, supporting programmes such as:
- Takahē Recovery Programme
- Pest control in the Cozette Burn Valley, Fiordland
- Tamatea– Art and Conservation in Dusky Sound
- Hut rebuilds
- Bequests for conservation
Fulton Hogan, DOC and New Zealand National Parks and Conservation Foundation sign a new takahē recovery partnership agreement