Collaborative impact studies

The following case studies are a sample of organisations Rendere supports and the ways in which this funding is used to help these groups translate their vision and mission into action.

Australian Environment Grantmakers Network

The Rendere Trust has been a long-term supporter and advocate of AEGN and its mission to increase philanthropic giving  to nature.


Rendere is playing an active role in guiding the development of a Nature Funding Framework to help philanthropists identify projects that align with their values and increase their impact.  


In 2021, the Rendere Trust supported the creation of a new association to raise awareness of the value of private land conservation and advocate for better government policies and incentives.


In just two short years, Team Kowari has raised awareness of the tiny, vulnerable Kowari and set it on a path to threatened species status.


From humble beginnings, the Nature Glenelg Trust has been extremely successful in attracting and leveraging corporate/government support for the restoration and protection of key landscapes across the country.

Biodiversity Council

The Rendere Trust is a proud founding supporter of Australia’s first scientific body dedicated to fostering public, policy and industry recognition of our priceless natural heritage.

Landcare Victoria Inc.

With other philanthropic funders, in 2021 the Rendere Trust supported the appointment of a new CEO who has secured more funding for this pioneering environmental movement. 

Amy Gillett Foundation

Rendere’s backing has been instrumental in helping the Amy Gillett Foundation secure a government grant to improve cycling safety and, by extension, get more people outdoors. 


Arid Recovery’s intern program gives next-generation researchers the opportunity to work in a living laboratory in Australia’s arid north.


Saving the Golden-shouldered parrot from the fate of its nearest cousin is the single-minded purpose of the Artemis Nature Fund based on Cape York Queensland.


As a foundational supporter of the Gippsland Forest Dialogue, Rendere is investing in a proven international approach to bringing stakeholders together to identify and implement collaborative solutions to sustainable forest management.


Each year, thousands of visitors, as well as national and international researchers, enquire about visiting the Mt Rothwell wildlife sanctuary. However, the accommodation was run down and unpowered. Rendere stepped in to help.

Australian wildlife conservancy

AWC owns, manages or works on properties covering almost 6.5 million hectares. Its operations are underpinned by a strong training/recruitment system and a world-leading Conservation Science Internship Program.

Foundation for Australia's Most Endangered Species

The Rendere Trust provides strategic advice, funding and resources to support FAME’s rapid growth and ongoing success.