Devil Island Project Group (DIP) Incorporated was established in 2007, ABN 384 705 924 62.
DIP has a voluntary governing Board highly committed to the project.
Devil Island Project works collaboratively with the Save the Tasmanian Devil Program coordinated by the Tasmanian Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE), The University of Tasmania and the Government of Tasmania.
The focus of Devil Island Project is the building and project management of ‘Devil Islands ‘ throughout Tasmania.
To Establish facilities that secure disease free populations of Tasmanian devils living in their natural habitat with optimum welfare conditions.
To strengthen the Tasmanian devils genetic diversity by creating safe and secure isolated areas for disease free devils to breed, increasing their chances of survival and re-establishing themselves.
Visionary – our vision is clear, we see a world where Tasmanian devils will roam wild and disease free and we intend to bring that vision into reality.
Transparency – we are committed to providing confidence in knowing how your donation is being used. We will regularly provide updated information on our ‘Devil Islands’, goals, setbacks and achievements.
Integrity- we operate within a system of clearly defined professional fundraising principles, ethics and practices.
Passion – we are passionate about Saving the Endangered Tasmanian devil from extinction. We believe that by succeeding in our mission we will have disease free devils roaming wild once again in Tasmania.
We are proud of our four core principles which give us the focus to deliver excellence in all we do.