Fundraising and Events
Do you want to fundraise and save wildlife?
- Download our Fundraising Application Form
- Check out our step-by-step guide to help you get started
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info
Upcoming fundraising events you can get involved in:
- The Sun-Herald City2Surf - 14th August, NSW
- Pub 2 Pub Charity Fun Run & Walk - 28th August, NSW
- Chevron City to Surf - 28th August, WA
- Bridge to Brisbane - 11th September, Qld
- Noosa Triathlon Multisport Festival - 26th-30th November, Qld
Become a Joey Ambassador!
If you are between the age of 4-17, and passionate about wildlife conservation, we want you to become a Joey Ambassador!
In the lead up to Steve Irwin Day you will be presented a number of challenges encouraging you to Khaki It!, raising awareness and money for our conservation projects worldwide.
Ask Animals Anything - Animal Communication Workshop
Some of Australia's top New Age personalities are coming together to host an exclusive animal commication seminar in September at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital. 100% of funds raised will go directly back to the care of injured, sick and orphaned Australian native wildlife treated every single day at the hospital.
See the Ask Animals Anything website for more information.
2011|2012 Entertainment Book
Purchase your new 2011|2012 Entertainment Book now for just $65 and receive over $15,000 in valuable offers you can use all year, at popular businesses and tourist attractions in your local area.
Volunteer Phil's awesome raffle
Phil Siggers, one of our amazing volunteers at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, recently organised a fundraising raffle for research into koala disease. A big thanks to all the local businesses who donated prizes.
Thanks also to all who purchased tickets - over $1000 was raised in just a few short weeks!
Thanks most of all to Phil for his dedication and hard effort.. you are a true Wildlife Warrior! Click here to find out how you can become a volunteer.
Save the Cassowary Trivia Night
Staff from Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors and Australia Zoo, along with their friends and family, gathered on Saturday 11 June for a trivia night to raise much needed funds for the cassowaries of north Queensland, whose habitat was devasted by recent Cyclone Yasi. The night was a great success, raising over $1500 (and one of very our own was on the winning team!).
'Painting With Pat' tiger mosaic
Painting With Pat is a team of passionate conservationists, wildlife organisations, artists, instructors and educators working together to deliver a hands-on art experience like no other!
The kids at Highland Park Elementary in Columbia, Tennessee, have created a huge mosaic of Juma, one of our Sumatran tigers at Australia Zoo, as a way to raise awareness and spread the conservation message about these critically endangered animals.
More photos of their awesome mosaic can be found on the Painting With Pat website.
Secure your future and help save our wildlife
Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors and SEQ Property Planners have joined forces to protect Australian wildlife!
For every successful client that originates from a Wildlife Warriors referral, SEQ Property Planners will donate $3,000 to the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital. Click here to find out more information.
Our wildlife patients need more Wildlife Warriors!
All patients at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital are treated on a “no fee” basis, with the hospital’s operating costs met by fundraising efforts and the support of a small number of sponsors. New equipment is essential in the provision of these services - you can help by donating online at our new Global Giving page
Your support will enable us to purchase vital equipment to give the best possible veterinary care to each and every one of the patients we treat. The ultimate goal for each of these patients is release back to the wild and this new equipment help us do so.
Please visit our new page and share with your friends and family - you can make a difference to the future of our wildlife!
Get your printer toners recycled
Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors and Imaging Technology Australia (ITA) are working together to recycle used printer toner cartridges to help protect our environment and wildlife.
Businesses are being encouraged to sign up to the ‘Recycling for Wildlife’ program. ITA donates funds from every empty toner cartridge collected via the program to the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.
By recycling used Hewlett Packard, Canon, Brother, Lexmark and Samsung toner cartridges, you are reducing landfill and helping to save our precious wildlife. It’s easy to sign up and best of all, it’s free!
Just call ITA on 1800 077 347 or fill out the form on their website www.ita.net.au. ITA will send you a free recycling carton for you to recycle your used cartridges. Once full, ITA will then arrange a free collection service so you don’t have to worry about waste removal.
This is a great initiative to start your office recycling! Go green and walk a little on the wild side with ITA and Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors.
"Tiger Tiger" Art Exhibition by Maggie Millar
Beloved Australian actress and Logie award winner Maggie Millar has in recent years turned to painting stunning images of big cats in the hope of supporting their plight worldwide.
Maggie's art exhibition "Tiger Tiger" showed at the Colenso Gallery in Woodend, Victoria between 27 January and 27 February, and all sales profits went towards Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors' Sumatran tiger and cheetah conservation projects.
For more information and a gallery of Maggie's beautiful paintings, visit her website www.maggiemillar.com.
Beyond Reality Technology
Beyond Reality Technology is an innovative, privately owned audio/visual company with a reputation for an excellence in service across a varied range of commercial, retail and residential clients.
A percentage of profits from the sale of all AV products is donated directly to Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors for our conservation projects both here in Australia and around the world, including our major project the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital. www.beyondreality.com.au
Stuck for gift ideas? Never fear, Kindred Gifts is here!
Choose from a wide range of quality kids, men's and women's gifts, as well as those quirky one-off items you'll keep for years.
Kindred Gifts shares the stories of the people who make each innovative gift so great, and are helping to make the world a better place by supporting the environment and the people and animals in it. Sounds like our kind of thing! Check out their website at www.kindredgifts.com.
Brisbane City Council - Wildlife Carer Funding Program
Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors would like to acknowledge and thank the Brisbane City Council for their generous support through the Wildlife Carer Funding Program.
Through this initiative our charity's major project, the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, has received valuable funding for essential equipment over the past two years. The funds provided have been allocated as follows:
2008/09 - Nursery barrow
2009/10 - ICU equipment
This equipment has aided in the care and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife in south east Queensland.
Give the Gift of Karma
Karma Currency is an innovative not-for-profit organisation that allows people from across Australia to give the gift of a charity gift voucher, empowering the recipient to give to a charity of their own choice (hint: Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors!)
From medical supplies for our native Australian wildlife, to saving a tiger in the wild for 30 days, you can give the gift of wildlife conservation to your special loved one easier than ever before!
Visit Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors on www.karmacurrency.com.au and start giving today!
Become a Koala Crusader!
Did you know that Australia has the worst rate of mammalian extinction compared to any other country in the world? Unfortunately, the koala is fast becoming part of this statistic. The koala population is being ravaged by habitat loss and fragmentation, motor vehicle accidents, domestic pet attacks and most disturbingly, disease.
Chlamydial disease in koalas causes keratoconjunctivitis, urinary tract infection, kidney failure, infertility, pneumonia and flu-like symptoms and if not treated, causes a slow and painful death.
Koalas in the wild are also suffering from the koala retrovirus (KoRV), thought to cause leukaemia, bone marrow failure, cancers and an immunodeficieny syndrome ("Koala AIDS").
Unfortunately, research into these horrific diseases is labour intensive and costly. Wildlife Warriors and the Australian Wildlife Hospital have the expertise and the determination... all we need is the funding.
We need 6,000 generous people to donate $80 to cover the cost of research for the next two years.
Donations $80 and over will receive a limited edition Koala Crusader keyring and certificate for your generous contribution. Why not sign up your friends and family as a unique Christmas gift?
Donate today and become a Koala Crusader!
"We have the chance of saving the koala - if we do nothing, we will lose them... sooner or later."
Dr Jon Hanger, Director of Research and Ecological Services, Australian Wildlife Hospital.
Nab That Job - Raises Money for Wildlife Warriors
Nab That Job in Australia! is a dedicated website for assisting people who were not lucky enough to be born in Australia and are making the choice to migrate to our beautiful country.
Assistance is provided through connecting potential migrants with migration agencies, jobs, Australian employers and assisting them through their job application process.
Nab That Job in Australia! has always admired Wildlife Warriors Worldwide and our global wildlife conservation projects, and made the decision to donate 10% of their profits to assist Wildlife Warriors Worldwide to make even more of a positive impact on the planet and wildlife conservation.
David Babaii for WildAid
Support the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital and WildAid by purchasing David Babaii for WildAid hair care range with an exclusive blend of exotic, natural ingredients. These products are free of sulfates, parabens, petrochemicals and animal products, and are not tested on animals.
David Babaii for WildAid further supports the beauty in nature by donating 10% of all profits to WildAid, the global wildlife conservation organization, to help endangered animals.
Purchase these products online or direct from the Wildlife Warriors International Headquarters office or the Australian Wildlife Hospital.
Be a Hero for Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors
Everyday Hero is an online fundraising tool that allows individuals and groups to fundraise for numerous charities across Australia - including Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors!
Using Everyday Hero is useful if you are participating in some of the major fun runs around Australia. Dedicated Wildlife Warriors can collect sponsorship via this website in the lead up to their run to fundraise for wildlife conservation.
Visit the Wildlife Warriors Worldwide charity profile page on Everyday Hero to start fundraising for wildlife conservation today. The above fundraising events are listed on our page. Get fit and healthy while saving the world’s wildlife!
Recycle your old unwanted cell phones!
If you live in the USA, you can recycle your unwanted cell phones by sending them to Charitable Recycling.
For every phone sent to them using the pre-paid shipping and packing label (download here), Wildlife Warriors USA will receive US$1 to go towards our wildlife conservation projects.
Please note, this shipping and packing label is bar-coded for Wildlife Warriors USA so there is no mistaking any phone sent to Charitable Recycling on our behalf will be credited to wildlife conservation.
Visit www.charitablerecycling.com for more information.
Choose Heritage to Raise Funds for Wildlife
Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors has joined with Heritage Building Society to raise funds for wildlife conservation, and you can help!
By opening a Community S@ver account with Heritage Building Society and nominating Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors as the community group you wish to support, you will be helping to raise money for our wildlife conservation projects.
The Community S@ver account is a high interest account which pays a quarterly grant to your nominated charity while letting you earn a high interest rate on your savings.
When you open an account, you will need to nominate the charity you wish to support, so make sure you choose Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors!
For further information or to open a Community S@ver account, visit your local Heritage Building Society branch, call 13 14 22 or visit www.heritageonline.com.au.
Charity Gift Cards
Everyday Hero is now also offering Charity Gift Cards. These gift cards allow the holder to make a donation to their favourite charity. Please enjoy this gift of giving, and donate to Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors.
For more information about the Everyday Hero Charity Gift Card Programme, please visit Everyday Hero and follow the links.
For further information about fundraising for Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors, contact us.
If you have organised a fundraising event for the benefit of Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors Worldwide please do send us details as we would love to acknowledge it.