Native Animal Rescue (NWR) received $5000 for their display unit which has helped to educate the community about the local wildlife, and allowed them to respond more efficiently to community requests and provide care for sick and injured wildlife.
The Mobile Educational & Wildlife Display Unit can be used across the whole of the NWR to deliver educational sessions to communities, helping them to increase their profile within the community and drive more volunteers and fundraising activities to support their animal rescue program.
Native Animal Rescue is a not-for-profit and non-government incorporated body located in Malaga and with a regional branch in Broome. They’re involved in leading-edge conservation programs and collaborate with local councils, government departments and universities to develop and maintain rehabilitation strategies for our precious native wildlife.
Round 5 of the Kimberley Community Grants is now open. Visit www.watercorporation.com.au/kcgrants to apply and for further information! Grants close 4pm WST, 8 May 2020.