Natalie Jane Parker Art supports - Port Stephens Koalas - Cedar Creek Wombat Rescue & Hospital
The team at Natalie Parker Prints have always been incredibly passionate about wildlife, the welfare of wildlife and initiatives that are dedicated to providing care, treatment and rehabilitation to our native wildlife. Which is why, in early 2021 we decided to make a commitment to support organisations who do just that.
As of May 2021, Natalie Parker Prints has committed to donating 5% of monthly profits shared equally between the following incredible organisations: Port Stephens Koalas and Cedar Creek Wombat Rescue and Hospital. Choosing these organisations was a no-brainer for us; both PSK and CCWRH are local organisations, and they’re mission is to care for our two favourite creatures. It was a perfect fit.
How will it work?
Donations will be made on a monthly basis, and we are thrilled to be kicking this off with our first donation from May 2021, totalling $100 to each organisation. We will be providing donation updates to our community through social media, our email database, which you can subscribe to by clicking here.
We can’t wait for you to come along on this journey with us. Total Donations made as of 22 November 2023: $6487.90.
About the organisations
Port Stephens Koala Hospital
The dedicated team at Port Stephens Koalas (PSK) includes volunteer carers, vets and generous supporters, both local and international. They provide best practice standards of care for sick, injured and orphaned koalas to give them the best opportunity to be returned to the wild.
PSK support research and collaboration to preserve koala habitat to ensure that future generations may continue to enjoy seeing wildlife in their natural setting. PSK is a not for profit organisation.
More than 38 years ago, Roz and Kev Holme created Cedar Creek Wombat Rescue & Hospital (CCWRH) after recognising the plight of the Bare Nosed Wombat. CCWRH is dedicated to rescuing orphaned joey wombats, as well as sub-adult and adult wombats that are in need of medical care.
On top of this, Roz and Kev care for many other species of native animals in need, caring for them until they’re well enough to be release back into the wild. For more information about the amazing volunteer work that Roz and Kev do at Cedar Creek Wombat Rescue & Hospital, click here.
Images: Property of Cedar Creek Wombat Rescue & Hospital
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