Supporting Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife
with Dicker Data

Dicker Data is planting trees with the Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife

Operating for over 50 years, the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW) is the trusted charity partner of Australia's national parks. In support of healing our land through bushfire recovery, FNPW and partners have committed to plant 1 million trees over the next five years across Australia! 

 

Dicker Data has partnered with FNPW to help reach this goal. To help kickstart the initiative, 30,000 new trees have been planted on the site of Dicker Data's new facility in Kurnell, NSW. Alongside making an initial $10,000 donation, we are also giving our reseller partners the opportunity to contribute and make a donation upon checkout when placing an online order with Dicker Data. Together we can help heal our land!

How can Resellers get involved?

When you place your next online order with Dicker Data you will have the option to: 
 
Donate $1 towards tree-planting initiatives or
buy a tree for $10 that will be planted in an Australian national park.
 
You'll simply be prompted to make a donation during checkout on our transactional website

What is Dicker Data's Contribution?

Dicker Data is making an initial $10,000 pledge to show our support for this initiative.
 
Dicker Data will also match the first $10,000 our resellers contribute when they make a donation during checkout on our transactional website
 
30,000 trees have been planted on our new facilities in Kurnell, NSW. 
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Australia's Bushfire Tragedy

In 2019-20 Australia's Black Summer Bushfires burnt over 12 million hectares of land. Between 20 and 100 threatened species burnt, with 3 billion animals loosing their homes or lives. (Image Credit: Douglas Gimesy)

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Journey to a Million Trees

Between September 2019 and 2025 FNPW and their partners have pledged to plant one million trees in national parks across Australia, as well as public and private lands that have been affected by bushfires.

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Healing Our Land & Planting for the Future

FNPW is committed to planting 100,000 seedlings in bushfire recovery nurseries by January 2021 and a further 200,000 by July 2021.

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How are the FNPW Preserving Native Bushland?

The FNPW are focused on planting native species including; Grey Gum, Black She-Oak, Forest Red Gum, Mountain Blue Gum, Myrtle Tea Tree, Ribbon Gum, Dryland Tea Tree.

Frequently Asked Questions

When you log into our transactional website to place your next online order you will have the option to either; 

 

1. Make a donation towards tree planting initiatives for $1 

2. Purchase a tree for $10 

 

Dicker Data will match the first $10,000 dollars that is donated by our reseller partners. If you are not yet a Dicker Data reseller partner you can sign up here

Dicker Data is supporting the Foundation of National Parks & Wildlife in a number of ways;

 

1. We have planted over 30,000 trees on our new facilities in Kurnell 

2. We are making an initial $10,000 donation to support this cause 

3. We will match the first $10,000 dollars donated by our resellers 

The Foundation of National Parks & Wildlife is the charity partner of Australia's National Parks. A non-government organisation on a mission to safeguard wilderness & wildlife for future generations. 

 

To learn more about the Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife (FNPW), you can visit their website here

Who is the
FNPW?

The Foundation of National Parks & Wildlife is the charity partner of Australia's National Parks. A non-government organisation on a mission to safeguard wilderness & wildlife for future generations. 

 

FNPW has been protecting land & species for over 50 years, with conservation projects funded in all of Australia's states and territories. 48 National Parks and protected areas across Australia would be smaller or non-existent if FNPW had never existed. The FNPW is acting now to protect nature and prevent extinction will help secure a better future for all. 

 

VISIT THE FNPW WEBSITE