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Is my donation tax-deductible?

Yes! All donations $2 and over are tax-deductible in Australia.

What payment methods are available?

You can pay via credit card, debit card, PayPal, Apple Pay, Google Pay, or direct deposit. Please contact us for our bank account information at [email protected].

How can I update my credit or debit card information?

You can update your payment information – including card number and expiry date – here.

Can I donate if I live outside Australia?
We accept donations from any country. You can choose to donate in AUD, USD, CAD, NZD, GBP, and EUR. If you are based in the US, you can donate through our US Auspice partner here for a Tax-Deductible donation. If you are in the UK, you also have the option of donating directly to our sister charity, The Thin Green Line Foundation UK, here. Thin Green Line Founder, Sean Willmore, helped establish TGL-UK in 2019 and remains a director on the boards of both organisations. Our teams work collaboratively to ensure support is provided in a timely manner and that our services are not duplicated.
Where does Thin Green Line’s funding come from?
The majority of our work is funded by individual donors, who contribute through donations, bequests, community fundraisers, and by purchasing our merchandise. We also receive grants and donations from private funds and foundations. You can read about our annual income here.
Are there volunteer opportunities with Thin Green Line?

If you’re interested in lending a hand and supporting our hard-working team, we’d love to hear from you! We’re based on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula but have opportunities for remote work. Please drop us a line with your details and what skills you can contribute.

Where can I find out about your impact?
Our latest publications, including our Annual Impact reports, are available to read online here.
What does Thin Green Line want to achieve in next five years?

At Thin Green Line, our vision is a thriving planet where every ranger has the resources they need to protect our natural world. To achieve this, we have developed a Five-Year Strategy which outlines our key objectives between 2021-2025. If you’d like to learn more about our strategic objectives, you can access our Strategy here.

Where can I find out more about your work?

To be the first to know about our latest projects and appeals you can sign up and stay connected here. We’re also active on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn – make sure to follow along to hear weekly updates about our project partners.

Does Thin Green Line support rangers in Australia?

In recent years, Thin Green Line has extended our support programs to Indigenous rangers working within Australia. In 2017, we supported nine Indigenous rangers from the Western Desert to travel to Kenya to work alongside and share learning with Maasai rangers. See this experience in the documentary “Ranger to Ranger”, screened across Australia and aired on SBS and SBS on Demand.


We have worked closely with Indigenous managed organisations, such as the Kimberley Land Council and Indigenous Desert Alliance, to support rangers working in Indigenous Protected Areas and Native Title lands within Western Australia. We are committed to strengthening and promoting Indigenous voices within land management in Australia, and globally, and are actively supporting the Indigenous Desert Alliance to participate in international ranger exchanges and workshops from 2023-2027.


Within Australia, Thin Green Line also works alongside a variety of ranger organisations to build awareness of the vital work rangers are responsible for globally and within our region. A number of Australian ranger associations have taken part in fundraising initiatives to support their international colleagues; this includes the Tasmanian Ranger Relay, as featured in Australian Geographic.

Want to support rangers on the front lines of conservation?

We believe the practical, direct action of rangers is the most necessary and effective way to overcome the environmental challenges of our time. Thin Green Line is a global not-for-profit conservation organisation.

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