Corporate Wildlife Warriors
If your organisation would like to be involved in the protection of our precious wildlife and habitat for future generations, then please join us and become a corporate Wildlife Warrior!
The benefits of being associated with Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors will be negotiated on a one-on-one basis to ensure that the corporate package is tailored to maximise the benefits for both organisations.
Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors receives support from Australia Zoo to cover all costs of our organisation's administration. This means that 100% of every donation we receive can be applied directly to conservation of wildlife and habitat.
Sci Fleet have provided two of the latest Toyota Troop Carriers that have been turned into the Wildlife Rescue Units. These Troop Carriers have proven to be invaluable, as they allow the Wildlife Warriors to rescue injured wildlife and bring the animals back to the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.
IDEXX Laboratories in Australia is helping the veterinarians at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital by providing veterinary diagnostics tests to assist in the provision of better care for the wildlife patients.
"The support of IDEXX Laboratories has been instrumental in firstly allowing us to treat the number of animals we have (our service is limited by costs/income) and, secondly, by providing the capability to provide a more thorough level of care than what would usually be provided for wildlife - making the survival rate much greater," says Gail Gipp, Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital Manager.
Keen is proud to be associated with Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors. Through this partnership valuable funds are raised for our conservation projects both here in Australia and around the world.
Keen is very focused on the environment, community and growth and for this reason we see them as an ideal partner. Their philosophy around encouraging everyone to create, play and care also fits well with our family, fun and conservation focus.
Columbia Sportswear Company is the official supplier of staff uniforms for Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors.
They also generously support the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital through provision of complimentary footwear for our “Volunteer of the Month”, a program that recognises the valuable contribution of our hospital volunteers.
Queensland Diagnostic Imaging (QDI)
QDI has donated two ultrasound machines to the Australian Wildlife Hospital to help diagnose injuries, disease and reproductive health of wildlife patients.
The equipment may also help save endangered and vulnerable species, including the koala, from dwindling numbers throughout South-East Queensland.
QDI is one of Queensland's leading providers of diagnostic imaging services, providing a comprehensive range of imaging services including General X-ray, Dental Imaging, Fluoroscopic Screening, CT, MRI, Digital Subtraction Angiography, Ultrasound, Vascular Ultrasound, Echocardiography, Nuclear Medicine, Bone Densitometry and Mammography.
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Loving it UP is about experiencing and sharing, coming together as a community so we can pay less, do more and give more! We created this site to share with everyone the power of Loving it UP, so we can all make a difference by giving to great causes around Australia.
Love it UP offers amazing deals with up to 90% off regular prices; plus 5%-10% from each deal you buy goes directly to local and national charities such as Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors - allowing us all to Love it UP together!
Conservation Organisation Partners
Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors is proud to be affiliated and work in partnership with several conservation organisations around the world.
Fauna & Flora International (FFI)
Founded over 100 years ago, Fauna & Flora International (FFI) is the world's longest established international conservation body. FFI are pioneers of sustainable conservation work that provides solutions to aid wildlife, humans and the environment.
Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors is working with FFI in Sumatra on tiger conservation and in Cambodia on Asian Elephant conservation programs. The focus of these projects is to create and expand pockets of protected land, facilitate anti-poaching patrols, assist and educate local people and farmers to coexist peacefully with these creatures and to stop the illegal wildlife trade.
Endangered Wildlife Trust
The Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT) is a non-profit organisation that has been operating throughout southern Africa since 1973.
The EWT conserves threatened species and ecosystems in southern Africa by initiating research and conservation programs, and implementing projects which mitigate threats facing species diversity.
Wildlife Warriors has recently partnered with the EWT to address human-wildlife conflict.
In January 1997, founder Annie Beckhelling, launched Cheetah Outreach with one hectare of land. Cheetah Outreach then set out to introduce Cheetah to the South African community through visits to community clubs, hotels, malls and various public events to assist them with their efforts of raising awareness for the plight of the cheetah. The facility is continually evolving and growing, taking on more challenges than ever before.
Cheetah Outreach is actively involved in cub rearing and partners with Australia Zoo Wildlife Warriors and the De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Trust in the Anatolian Shepherd Dog programme in South Africa.
Australian Orangutan Project
The Australian Orangutan Project (AOP) supports orangutan conservation, rainforest protectiong and the reintroduction of orphans in order to save the species from extinction.
AOP provides habitat protection through its Safeguard project; guard patrols that deter wildlife poaching, illegal logging and land clearing in Borneo and Sumatra.
AOP also provides much-needed resources for the day-to-day care needs and the reintroduction of orphaned orangutans.
Thanks to the grant, this will enable us to greatly increase awareness of wildlife conservation and how important it is to save our precious wildlife.
Tuff-Span Sunshine Coast has kindly donated a shed that will house a filtration unit for the turtle rehab facility at the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital.
Camel Tanks have kindly donated a water tank that will be used in the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital turtle rehab facility. The tank will ensure the supply of fresh water to the turtle pools.
Veterinary Specialist Services
Veterinary Specialist Services is proud to support Wildlife Warriors and the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital to help with fauna conservation and treatment of sick and injured wildlife, particularly the cute and cuddly koalas.
Our team of veterinarian specialists; including clinicians in internal medicine, surgery, dermatology, dentistry and ophthalmology, assist with difficult diagnoses and treatment whenever Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital requires our experience, knowledge and support. Our specialist surgeons regularly donate their time and skill to help repair and reconstruct wild koalas with the view to rehabilitation and return to the wild.
Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre
Inmates at the local Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre are providing a very valuable service to the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital through their continued construction, plantation and insect breeding programs.
Established prison industries equip the inmates to breed crickets, freshwater crays, woodies (bush cockroaches) and small and large mealworms as food sources for reptiles and birds in care at the AZWH.
The centre also cultivates food trees for our koalas and possums, and contructs koala cages and possum boxes too.
Born from a passion for reptiles, URS has been established since 1994. By addressing the unique needs of reptiles and the needs of enthusiasts, URS has developed into the largest professional reptile product specialist in Australia. We continue to grow by constantly developing and exploring new ideas.
The URS team have over 50 years of combined experience and a broad knowledge of the husbandry, breeding and health aspects of these animals. As a professional business, URS strives to offer the highest quality reptile accessories and live stock with unparalleled after sales support.