Birthday Fundraiser for Australia's Wildlife

Birthday Fundraiser for Australia's Wildlife

From Pranoti Waghmare

I'm raising money to help the wildlife of Australia. This money will be donated to care for injured wildlife and restore their homes. Your support will help many animals who are in desperate need!

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Australia is in crisis. Millions of acres razed to the ground. Over a billion animals killed including thousands of koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, birds and other iconic wildlife, some species now close to extinction. This is an alarming and desperate situation where we can help by donation some amount.  .

The sole purpose of this campaign is to donate the collected amount among charities mentioned below.

(1) WIRES Wildlife Rescue desperately needs a boost so its volunteer rescuers and carers can save more animals, as these devastating events are seriously stretching already limited resources.

(2) Koala Hospital Port Macquarie: This koala hospital in New South Wales is accepting donations to fund the rescue, treatment and release of koalas, as well as research and education about koalas. The hospital said Sunday that it is "inundated with supplies to treat burnt koalas" and is now sending boxes of veterinary supplies to the state's south coast, according to the hospital's Facebook page. Donate at

(3) World Wildlife Fund Australia: This chapter of the international wildlife conservation organization is accepting donations to care for injured wildlife and, when the fires clear, to plant 10,000 native trees in critical koala habitat, including in "koala triangle," the heartland of Australia's healthiest wild koala populations. Donate at

(4) Australian Koala Foundation: This foundation allows you to "adopt" a koala through a symbolic foster program; your monthly fee funds protection efforts for wild koalas. You can also pay to "plant a tree" to help restore koala habitat. The foundation is also asking that Koala lovers to write letters to politicians in support of the Koala Protection Act.

P.S This is a harsh reminder that we all need to be kinder to nature every step of the way and more considerate about our impact on earth. We all need to educate ourselves and think more deeply about sustainability.

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