Welcome to the Judith Eardley Save Wildlife Association!

The Judith Eardley Save Wildlife Association was established in December 2000 to raise funds to help save wildlife.

During 2009/10 we provided $100,000 to Yarra4Life. This funding will help create and protect a biolink for local wildlife between Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve and Kurth Kiln Regional Park.

Judith Eardley Save Wildlife Association’s major focus continues to be ethically raising funds for Wildlife. We have donated to wildlife programs in most states of Australia, as well as overseas. Donations to date include:

  • $250,000 grants to Landcare handled now by CMA (Port Phillip Bay)
  • $250,000 given to Australian Bush Heritage to purchase their first reserve in Victoria at Weddeburn Victoria.
  • $250,000 given to MECU (Land Bank) to purchase a reserve in West Victoria to aid in the recovery of the Red Tailed Black Cockatoo
  • $20,000 given to help and Orangutan Sanctuary in Kalimatan
  • $315,000 spent aquirring land close to Yellingbo reserve to assist in the recovery of the Helmeted Honey Eater. This land has since been given to Parks Victoria to manage. When we gave the land to Parks Victoria it had been valued at $600,000
    Currently looking to purchase a reserve in Queensland possibly buying land to help protect the Daintree
  • Most recently gave $10,000 to help the Tenkile Conservation Alliance PNG, which has done great work conserving the Tree Kangaroo.
  • Gave $20,000 to ‘Help the Wildlife‘ to enable them to purchase an ambulance to use in crisis such as bush fires to better care for injured wildlife.
  • Gave $10,000 to Animals Asia to help them rescue the Moon Bears
  • $200,000 donated to the Charles Darwin Reserve.
  • Greening Australia which will receive $225,050 to improve the quality of native habitat for endangered animals at the Yellingbo and Warramate Nature Conservation Reserves
  • The Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater who will receive $91,122 for revegetation work to enhance connectivity of native vegetation along the Woori Yallock Creek corridor and with the Yellingbo Nature Conservation Reserve
  • The Warburton Primary School which will receive $6,000 contributing to development of a ‘Sustainability Hub’.
  • $20,000 donated to My Environment, working to protect old growth forests.

If you are interested in donating to help save wildlife email us at admin@jesavewildlife.org

Judith Eardley Save Wildlife Association
193 Maroondah Highway Healesville
Phone: 03 5962 6399
Email: admin@jesavewildlife.org