We welcome donations to support our work

  Maratus sapphirus,  a new species of Peacock Spider, found by Helen Ransom, named and photographed by Stuart Harris 2016 at the Atlas of Life/Four Winds BioBlitz

Maratus sapphirus, a new species of Peacock Spider, found by Helen Ransom, named and photographed by Stuart Harris 2016 at the Atlas of Life/Four Winds BioBlitz

The Atlas of Life exists to bring people closer to the wonders of the nature that surrounds us in our beautiful region.

We are a community project that relies on the interest and expertise of a large community of people giving their time as volunteers to work we enjoy and feel is meaningful.

We spend our time creating activities and building our database rather than applying for lots of grants(the ratio of applicants to success in being awarded a grant for all environmental/science grants is around 5% these days). However we could do much more if we had more resources, so we welcome donations small and large to assis our efforts.

On October 11th 2017 we became a Registered Environmental Organisation with Deductable Gift Recipient(DGR) status. This allows donors to claim tax relief on the amount of their donation.

If you would like to make a donation please use our Atlas of Life Public Fund Account which is

BSB: 032 704    Account number: 222 206

Please also let us have a name and email so we may send you a tax receipt.

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