Zoos Victoria is a not-for-profit conservation organisation dedicated to fighting the extinction of the world’s most threatened wildlife. We aspire to be the world’s leading zoo-based conservation organisation and to work and partner with like-minded corporate organisations.
If your business aligns with our vision to fight extinction and you would like to collaborate with Zoos Victoria you could consider these options:
We aspire to partner with organisations whose goals align with our corporate plan and conservation objectives.
We offer corporate workshops with unique team building experiences, staff professional development activities and animal encounters.
The 150 Club is a way for Zoos Victoria to recognise some of our greatest supporters.
A great way to involve your staff in fighting extinction is through a corporate animal adoption. If you would like to discuss a more in-depth corporate partnership please contact our Foundation team at email@example.com or call 03 9340 2770.
We can assist you to set up a regular giving program for your staff to donate to Zoos Victoria using pre-tax salary deductions. The Australian Taxation Office provides extensive information for employers on establishing a workplace giving program. We can help you set up an in-house program or use Charities Aid Foundation which specialises in setting up these programs. If you'd like to develop a workplace giving program for your organisation contact our Foundation team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 03 9340 2770.
Become a corporate member and receive discounted memberships for your staff (not transferable). Benefits include unlimited zoo entry for the membership holder plus discounts on special events, retail products and behind-the-scenes experiences (Minimum of 20 adult memberships). To find out more about our corporate membership program contact our Foundation team at email@example.com or call 03 9340 2770.
Zoos Victoria would like to thank all our supporters who help us to provide the best care for our animals and help us fight the extinction of wildlfie species in Australia and acorss the globe.