Supporters

Individual Donors

Thank you to each and every person who donated to keep this essential service to wildlife and to the community running. The 50,000+ animals that we help annually would also thank you if they could.

Project Grants

Project Grants

These grants allow us to deliver specific projects to maintain and develop our ability to respond to reports of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife.

Hazel & Arthur Bruce Bequest

Helen McPherson Smith Trust

Australian Ethical

Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning

Perpetual Trustees

Partnerships

Our partner organisations are those that we collaborate with on an ongoing basis or from time to time to address problems that affect the welfare of wildlife:

 

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PINP Logo           DELWP Logo             VicRoads Logo    

 

Zoos Vic Logo                    AVA Logo                         Vic Police Logo

 

MFB Logo                     CFA Logo                     SES Logo                       

 

 

Philanthropic Supporters

The support of our generous philanthropic supporters is vital to our ability to provide assistance when people call us about sick, injured or orphaned wildlife.

Bruce McDonald Charitable Trust

Isaacson Davis Foundation

Lord Mayor’s Charitable Trust

Petstock Foundation

Salesforce Community Foundation

Tertini Charitable Foundation

The Coalition

Bequests

We are deeply grateful to these supporters who remembered wildlife in their will.  Their concern for wildlife lives on in the work that we do. 

Estate of Leonie Thompson

Estate of Alfa Hilda Lidia Lacis

Estate of Frances Laura Sheppee

Estate of Pat Gregory

Estate of Hedvig Maria Hazy

Estate of William Garth Little

Estate of Loris Lorraine Grote

Estate of Marlene Anny Margot Taylor

Estate of Jean Marjorie Kauter

Estate of Marilyn Gwen Williams

Estate of Joan Maimie Mellino

Estate of Jeannete Marcia Read Metcalfe

Our activity

in your area.

Explore the map to see which animals were in need of our help in your local area last month. The points on this map all relate to a single animal, or family of animals, reported to Wildlife Victoria last month. (Yes, this is just one month!)