Today’s the day! The sun is shining, the cassowaries are calling and we’re ready to protect some rainforest. Our crowdfunding campaign, Protect The Daintree, is officially LIVE! Woohoo! So what are you waiting for?
We’re crowdfunding $25,000 to purchase Lot 305 Cypress Drive, Cow Bay, within the Daintree Rainforest, before returning it to the Daintree Rainforest National Park and protecting it forever. Jump on board!
Donations start at $25, which will help us protect 10m² of ancient rainforest. Each donation of $50 and over will receive a thank you gift!
Our mate, and all-time illustrator, Scotty Williams threw together a sick Daintree design which we’ve slapped all over a bunch of merch, exclusively for this campaign. Wanna get your hands on some? Make a donation and help us out!
$50 gets you a sweet sticker – plus protects 20m² of rainforest.
$100 gets you an organic cotton tee & sweet sticker – and protects 40m² of the Daintree.
$200 will mean you receive a sticker, tee AND a print – plus the fuzzy feelings that come with protecting 80m² of rainforest.
When the crew at Remote Projects heard about the campaign, they were fanging to help us out, so they sent us a heap of their heavy-duty canvas utility bags.
$150 will help you get your hands on one of these puppies. But move quick, stock is super limited.
Feeling generous? Like reaaalllly generous?
A $500 donation means that, not only will you get ALL of the Scotty Williams merch, and protect a whopping 200m² of Daintree, we’ll also take you on an exclusive tour of our newly purchased piece of paradise! A crew of generous legends will get to spend two nights in the Daintree, learning about the area, camping and microadventuring. Go on. We know you want to.
We’ve got a special place in our hearts for other businesses and organisations that are willing to contribute to this crucial cause! Donations of $1000 by a business will mean you reach legendary status – and we’ll make sure everyone knows it by giving you a big ol’ shoutout.
This is such an easy and truly tangible way to help protect this ancient rainforest. Let’s make it happen.
Feature photo by Steven Nowakowski
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