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Chip in to support our Duty of Care campaign


Right now, we are engaging thousands of parents, grandparents and all who care about our children's future to change the way decisions are made about our children's future. We are calling on the Environment Minister,  Tanya Plibersek, to safeguard our childrens future and enact her Duty of Care. The more parents we can reach, the more pressure the minister will feel to protect our kids. 

By chipping in to support this campaign you are enabling:

  • thousands more parents, grandparents and carers across the country to add their voice to this campaign;
  • local community action groups reaching hundreds more in their communities;
  • a targeted delivery of parent's and children's letters direct to Minister Plibersek's office; and
  • broadcasting the message far and wide that our Environment Minister has a duty of care to protect our kids.

Australian Parents for Climate Action is entirely independent, and we rely on people like you to power our work.

Your support will amplify this campaign and the voices of all who care about our kids future.

Chip in today to make sure the Environment Minister knows we want strong, prudent action on climate.

It means the world to our kids.

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Donations of $1000 and above are eligible for tax deductibility - please contact [email protected] to arrange a tax deductible donation.

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