Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation was created to secure the future of our local wildlife. The Foundation directly funds the hospital and its vital work treating sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife for release back out into the wild.The Currumbin Wildlife Hospital is one of the world’s busiest wildlife hospitals, admitting over 11,000 patients every year, a service provided free of charge to the community.
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital receives no ongoing government funding and relies on community donations and support to help the hospital. Community donations are crucial to help the hospital maintain the highest standard of treatment and rehabilitation provided to patients. This support ensures the hospital releases hundreds of native animals back into the wild every month.
SECURING THE FUTURE OF AUSTRALIAN WILDLIFE. YOUR LEGACY – THEIR FUTURE
Leaving a charitable bequest to Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation in your will is a very special way to help Australia’s native wildlife. Whether your bequest is large or small, it will help us fund the veterinary treatment of sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife for release back into the wild. Your legacy will be a lasting one, as these animals are released back into the wild to breed and produce future generations of wildlife. Bequests of $1000 or more received by the Foundation will be recognised with a complimentary engraved memorial paver. This Walkways for Wildlife paver will be permanently installed in the pathways leading to the Wildlife Hospital as a lasting reward of your generous contribution.
A GIFT IN YOUR WILL CAN HELP US
- Continue to provide veterinary treatment to sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife
- Find a cure to devastating wildlife diseases such as those affecting koalas
- Provide education to school children and the public about conservation and caring for wildlife
For more information, visit Bequests on our website currumbinwildlifehospital.org.au or call the Foundation.