Partner with us
Our support comes from a variety of sources, including companies/organisations, institutions and caring individuals. We are extremely appreciative and grateful to all our supporters, those who contribute financially and those who are not able to, but who follow our work and who send encouragement! Every donation to Nature’s Valley Trust goes a long way and goes toward furthering our research, education or community enhancement.
There are several exciting ways individuals or corporates who like what we do can partner with us.
How can you partner with us?
We host national and international interns for experience in the conservation and environmental education sectors. We also partner with a variety of tertiary institutions for research and study opportunities for their students.
Order this deliciously well-rounded medium to full-bodied blend online or contact us for pick up from the office. Also supplied by Bread and Brew, The Crags and The Nice Neighbour, Plett.
If you are unable to partner with us in most of these ways, please consider signing up for the My School program – it costs you nothing, but earns cash for us each time you shop at participating outlets!
The Nature’s Valley Trust is a registered Section 18A NPO, ensuring tax benefits to all donors who provide funding for us. In addition, we carry a level 4 BBEEE certification, enabling corporates to consider us as a beneficiary of their CSI funding.
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Key Conservation Partners
Nature’s Valley Trust actively collaborates with local community groups, stakeholders, and conservation organizations to form partnerships that strengthen conservation efforts. These partnerships facilitate knowledge sharing, capacity building, and joint initiatives that address pressing environmental issues in the region. By working together, these projects have a more significant impact on conservation outcomes.
Through the years, NVT has developed and maintained mutually beneficial relationships, collaborations and partnerships with a network of stakeholders and agencies on a local, regional, provincial, national and international level:
BirdLife Australia | Cousine Island, Seychelles | Global Vision International | Van Hall Larenstein| Wader Quest | Wildlands Studies | Working Abroad | York University
Breede-Gouritz Catchment Management Area | Dyer Island Conservation Trust | Eden District Municipality | Garden Route Biosphere Reserve | Garden Route Interface and Networking | Garden Route National Park |Lower Breede River Conservancy | Sustainable Seas Trust
BirdLife South Africa | Department of Forestry, Fisheries and Environment | Department of Water and Sanitation | Plastics SA | South African National Parks (SANParks) | Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa | WWF-SA
BirdLife Plettenberg Bay | Bitou Municipality | CapeNature | Eco Atlas | Ingwe Adventures | Keep Plett Clean | Keurbooms Property Owners’ Association | Local schools | Lunchbox Theatre | Nature’s Valley Ratepayers’ Association | Ocean Safaris |
Cape Estuaries Programme | CapeNature | Greenpop | Nelson Mandela University | University of Cape Town | University of KwaZulu-Natal | Western Cape Government
Offshore Adventures | ORCA Foundation | Plett Community Environmental Forum | Plett Tourism | Raptors Rescue Plettenberg Bay | Renew Able Plett | Tenikwa Wildlife and Rehabilitation Centre | Tsitsi-Tuiniers Garden Club | Willing Workers in South Africa