Donate or Become a Sponsor to
Moore Catchment Council
The Moore Catchment Council’s vision to maintain and improve the health of the Moore River environment by communicating natural resource management and encouraging maximum sustainable use of resources is being achieved across an area covering 1.38 million hectares and includes the Shires of Gingin, Dandaragan, Coorow, Victoria Plains, Moora, Dalwallinu, Carnamah and Perenjori. That’s a big job. Much of our work relies on private contributions – your donations.
Please donate to Moore Catchment Council Inc -Donations are needed to ensure our ongoing role in leading the work. Donations of more than $2 are tax deductible. Simply download the donation form then complete and return it along with your donation.
Please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about us or to discuss a gift. It is important that you understand the value of your financial contribution.
Moore Catchment Council invites you to sponsor our group – Sponsorship package
Our Group provides a valuable community resource and offers practical advice on a wide ranging variety of issues affecting Natural Resource Management in the area. When decisions affecting the local environment are made, it is the MCC’s business to understand all the issues involved. The Group has unrivalled experience in working with the local community and stakeholders to undertake on-ground projects which provide both remedial and protective outcomes for our pristine natural environment.
MCC is a not-for-profit incorporated association, founded in 1995 and works to maintain and enhance the biodiversity of the local area whilst providing a valuable educational resource for the community.
The Group is recognised by the Australian Govenment, the State Government, Local Governments, Regional Catchment Council, and the Landcare community as a leader in the Natural Resource Management Field and is well placed to give you access to all the important networks relevant to your marketing needs.
Our regular activities include:
- Encouraging and helping landholders (from the coast to inland farming country) to revegetate degraded land using native species, and protect natural assets through fencing from stock and feral pest management;
- Conservation of endangered species in the catchment including Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo and Malleefowl;
- Community engagement through practical activities including School and Community Planting Days, rubbish clean up days, native seed collection, citizen science and monitoring activities;
- Seminars and Workshops for the community covering many aspects of Landcare including pasture management, Effective water management, protection of endangered species and control of non-native species.
- Publications—MCC produces a newsletter, Moore to the Point which highlights NRM issues in the area and publicises all our on going project whilst acknowledging the commitment made by sponsors to the success of these works. The circulation is undertaken both electronically & by mail to the NRM community
- Awards—MCC has been recognised by the wider Landcare community as a leader in the field and was winner of the ‘WA Community Landcare group’ award at the 2017 WA State Landcare awards. Other awards have included: 2019 Shire of Moora Australia Day awards ‘Event of the Year’ for ‘The Last Stand’, 2018 NACC Regional NRM Awards ‘Outstanding Landcare Group’, and regular finalists in the WA Regional Community Achievement Awards since 2014.
At MCC, we are committed to creating and maintaining win–win partnerships with a wide variety of business operating within our community. We have a number of sponsorship opportunities ranging from but not limited to planting days, native flora and fauna surveys to specific landcare remedial projects which offer naming rights and long term publicity and media benefits.