Our wildlife is under threat
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation was created to secure the future of Australia’s wildlife. The Foundation directly funds Currumbin Wildlife Hospital and its vital work treating, rehabilitating and releasing sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife.
The Foundation aims to raise $1million annually to continue its mission of saving Australia’s wildlife, and to find cures for devastating diseases such as koala chlamydia. Our Mission is to be a world leader in the prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of sick and injured wildlife, and play an integral role in conservation, research and education projects to ensure the survival of Australia’s iconic species.
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation is a registered Australian charity with an independent Board of Trustees responsible for the governance of the Trust’s activities.
The Foundation has a Vision for the future where Australia’s native wildlife prospers in an injury and disease free environment, ensuring survival of species for future generations to enjoy.
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