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Currumbin Wildlife Hospital is one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world. Our mission is to treat, rehabilitate and release sick, injured and orphaned animals and we need support from the community to fund our crucial work.
Thank you to Attwood Marshall Lawyers for a successful Wills Day 2023, where they provided a valuable service and donated all proceeds to Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.
If you have missed out on Wills Days 2023 and would like to set up a Will and leave a gift to wildlife, we have some options for you.
Wills Day 2024 Waiting List
Having a Will is one of the most important things you can do for your loved ones. Not only will it reduce financial and emotional stress for them, but it also ensures your assets go where you want them to, so people you love are well looked after.
You can choose to include a gift in your Will to reflect you love for wildlife, by leaving a gift in your will for Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, you are ensuring the hospital team can continue to treat, rehabilitate & release sick, injured and orphaned native Australian wildlife.
Free Simple Will
Leaving a gift in your Will is simple and easy, although we do recommend that you seek legal advice.
This guide contains the information and wording that your solicitor or estate planning lawyer will request to help carry out your wish to leave a gift in your Will for Currumbin Wildlife Hospital.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
Thank you for helping us save our precious native animals.
Leaving a charitable bequest or gift in your will to the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital (CWH) is a very special and enduring way to protect the future of Australia’s native wildlife. Your values will live on as precious native species are released back into the wild to breed and produce so that future generations can know our rich and diverse native fauna.
Every donation, big or small, helps save wildlife.
Sadly, many native and exotic animals are threatened; CWH participates in multiple conservation projects to help save some of these amazing species from extinction including endangered Australian animals.
Currumbin Wildlife Hospital opened in 1989, to provide urgent care to our local wildlife. Today, it’s become one of the busiest wildlife hospitals in the world, treating, rehabilitating, and releasing around 15,000 wildlife patients and 275 species every year. This service is provided free of charge to the community.