Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal

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Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal

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About the appeal

The Save the Tasmanian Devil Appeal’s primary goal is to raise funds to support the urgent research and conservation needs of the endangered Tasmanian devil.

Coordinated by the University of Tasmania, each year the Appeal delivers grants and scholarships to researchers working towards informing management activities by addressing challenges such as habitat loss, roadkill, and of course the devastating effects of Devil Facial Tumour Diseases (DFTD).

100% of the funds raised by the Appeal go to research and management activities that have been prioritised as important to the long-term solution to devil facial tumour disease. This includes tracking and trapping devils to monitor wild populations and follow the progression of DFTD across Tasmania.  This is of particular importance now a second form of transmissible cancer, DFT2, has been discovered to be spreading north of the d’Entrecasteaux peninsula south of Hobart.

Public support for this research is critical as it provides research teams with the ability to apply for further grants and ensure every donation received can be leveraged for additional funding.

Donations $2 and over are fully tax-deductible and GST exempt in Australia.

How can I help?

DFTD causes significant individual suffering and threatens the wild devil population.
  • Make a donation
    Donate online, by phone or mail, you could even request a donation box.  Gifts $2 and over are tax -deductible in Australia.
  • Become a corporate partner
    Aligning with the Appeal puts you and your company front and centre in saving this iconic animal. Contact us at to discuss the possibilities.
  • Run a fundraiser
    Organising your own fundraiser is a fantastic way to unite friends, co-workers, a team or other group.  It could be as simple as a sponsored walk, hosting a morning tea or having a garage sale. Contact us at to see how we can assist.

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