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Thank you all for your generosity! Our matched fundraising drive has now closed, but we still welcome your donations to help our ongoing work. Please use the form below if you’d like to donate.

We were an All At Once non-profit partner for Jack Johnson’s Meet the Moonlight Tour in 2022. Every dollar we raised between November and December 2022 will be matched by the Johnson Ohana Foundation, up to US$2,500.

The money raised will help us prepare, plant and care for streamside green spaces along the Whau River and its tributaries during 2023.

How to donate

When you donate to us, you’re making a direct and valuable difference to the natural environments and communities of Auckland, as well as their influence on Aotearoa as a whole.

By making a financial donation you’ll become part of our whānau, restoring the whenua (land) with us and through it the health and happiness of many people.

Find out more about other ways you can help EcoMatters here.

Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou

Thank you all for your generosity–together, we’ve raised $4,674, of which US$2,500 will be matched by the Johnson Ohana Foundation, making a total of $8,605 for this fundraising campaign:


Our lucky prize winnerS

Congratulations to Adrien, who won the deluxe EcoMatters prize pack, valued at more than $180. We hope to see you in store soon to spend your gift voucher!

Congratulations to Ria, who won the double pass to see Jack Johnson live in concert, back in December.

Our planting project

We’ve got a pretty great track record when it comes to helping restore the whenua. In the last five years we’ve helped grow more than 70,000 plants and trees, many of which have been used to regenerate local bush and streamside areas. 

But planting is not just about getting a tree in the ground. It takes time and effort to prepare areas ready for restoration, and then once planted, to care for the trees so they get the best possible start in life. 

Once established, these trees help keep invasive weeds at bay, provide food and shelter for our native birds and insects, and take carbon from the air. They also help make our neighbourhoods more enjoyable for everyone, offering shady green spaces where we can all connect with nature.

We welcome your financial support but we’d also love for you to join us in the practical aspects of this work so please look out for invitations to join us at weeding, planting and mulching sessions.