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Become a Member

Become a member and we will keep you up to date with our campaigns, share our successes with you and invite you to our events. The more members we have the more likely we are to get funding for our legal fight to prohibit mining in the coastal areas and outstanding natural landscapes throughout the Coromandel Peninsula, so please encourage your friends and family to join too!

Make a payment online (you choose $5, $10, $20 or more)

Or use your own online banking and deposit direct into our account:

Coromandel Watchdog of Hauraki Account no: 38-9006-0733863-00

Become a sustaining donor

Could you spend $10 p/month to support our work?

Making a regular donation to us is one of the most helpful ways of supporting our work, as it gives us some stability of income. We are an entirely not for profit group, and we rely on the contributions of others who want to help to protect our beautiful corner from mining!

Email info@watchdog.org.nz to discuss, or set it up today (Coromandel Watchdog of Hauraki # 38-9006-0733863-00)

General donations are greatly appreciated too, obviously!
Donations can be made on our givealittle page or direct into our bank account


Lend a hand

There are a huge variety of tasks needing doing to keep Watchdog going and growing. We have broken down the different areas we could do with some help with into this easy, quick survey so we can offer you roles you would enjoy.

Go here to fill out the survey.


Join our mailing list

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Our iconic “Coromandel No Mining” bumper stickers are available from Thames Organic Shop, 736 Pollen St, Thames, Umu Cafe in Coromandel Town, the Colville General Store, in our online store and by emailing us at info@watchdog.org.nz

 


Write letters

You could write to ministers etc and let them know your thoughts:

Eugenie Sage – Minister of Conservation: eugenie.sage@parliament.govt.nz
Kelvin Davis – Minister of Tourism: office.davis@parliament.govt.nz
Sandra Goudie – Mayor of Thames-Coromandel District Council:  sandra.goudie@tcdc.govt.nz

The Hauraki Herald: hauraki.editor@wrcn.co.nz
The Informer: info@theinformer.co.nz
The New Zealand Herald: online form here


Spread the Word

Like us on Facebook. Share our posts! Follow us on Twitter.

Get knowledgeable and talk to your friends, family, colleagues and acquaintances about these issues.

Come to events and protests. Organise events and protests.

Enjoy and share the beauty of the Coromandel!

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