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Sadly, Koalas are now listed as endangered in some parts of Australia, and if we don’t act now, they could become extinct by 2050. Koalas need caring people like you to act by raising awareness and funds today to ensure they are here tomorrow.
CLICK HERE to Save Koalas
1. Create your own Currumbin Green Guardians fundraising campaign to save wildlife and invite your family and friends to sponsor you!
2. Access Green Tools, which are tips and online resources to help spread the word on social media about the importance of saving Koalas.
3. Encourage people to donate to your fundraising page (did you know $50 can plant five trees and $120 can help treat a wildlife hospital patient!?).
4. Give yourself a pat on the back for making a difference! Plus, when you reach your fundraising goals, you will receive a Currumbin Green Guardians gift such as a Koala bracelet to wear with pride or a 100% eco-friendly 'Save & Protect' water bottle!
Join Green Guardians Today to Save Wildlife for Tomorrow
Saving Koalas requires a multifactorial approach; Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and Currumbin Wildlife Hospital teams are on the case with a range of conservation activities. By becoming a Currumbin Green Guardian and raising funds you will be helping to pay for:
Once you are registered to be a Currumbin Green Guardian, you will gain access to the Green Tools.
Green Tools are Koala facts, tips on protecting Koalas, Koala social media graphics, cute Koala case studies, stories, and more - so you can start doing your part and sharing your new-found knowledge with friends, family and colleagues. You will be a Koala expert and Currumbin Green Guardian, saving Koalas for tomorrow.
Give yourself a pat on the back for making a difference! Plus, when you reach your fundraising goals, you will receive a Currumbin Green Guardians gift such as a Koala bracelet to wear with pride or a 100% eco-friendly 'Save & Protect' Water bottle!
Yes! Please contact the Fundraising team at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to ask questions and find out more: