Protecting New Zealand's rarest of the rare.

Ambassadorsa committed network

The Endangered Species Foundation's Ambassador Club network provides the opportunity for anyone who is passionate about conservation to get involved in raising awareness and fundraising. 

Our Ambassadors are some of our most passionate advocates and facilitators for achieving the goals of the Foundation. They include members of the public, corporate organisations, service clubs, universities and schools, all committed to a future for our endangered species.

What do ESF Ambassadors do?

Our Ambassadors contribute to the organisation by:

  • increasing ESF's profile
  • growing the Ambassador network
  • helping to raise funds

Ambassadors also have opportunities to visit the projects they help initiate and link to other members of the network. 

Will you help us to protect NZ's 'Rarest of the Rare'?

Find out more about becoming an ESF Ambassador by downloading our factsheet, or by getting in touch with us today. 

Our Strategy for Ambassadors identifies a range of ways our Ambassadors can help raise awareness, grow our network and raise funds. 

Also available to download and share is our "What we do" factsheet. This brief document can be emailed to, or printed and left with, potential donors, sponsors or ambassadors.

Youth Ambassador Club

A club of active New Zealand under 25 year olds passionate about raising awareness of and funds for the Endangered Species Foundation.

Apply to be a ESF Youth Ambassador here.

Join our Facebook Group here. 


Further information:

Foundation Facts

  • 4,000
    endangered species
  • $1.5Million
    projected annual income
    available to save our species
  • As little as
    $500
    can save many of our
    endangered species
  • Only
    250
    species are currently in
    conservation programmes