Sponsorship Benefits

Mandurah Wildlife Rescue welcomes all sponsors who are ethically aligned with Mandurah Wildlife Rescue’s values of protecting Australia’s native animals. We form partnerships with our major partners and actively promote their contribution. Animal charities, especially those benefitting and caring for native and endangered wildlife are highly regarded by the public. Becoming a sponsor allows you to promote your involvement in the centre’s work.

Major Sponsors

Major Sponsors donating more than $10,000 annually will receive the following:  

  • Your logo placed on a plaque of the associated project you are funding or on a plaque at the centre acknowledging your contribution
  • Media release to local newspapers acknowledging contribution and benefits.
  • Certificate for place of work acknowledging contribution
  • Listing as a major sponsor on our website
  • Write ups on social media and newsletters acknowledging sponsorship
  • Invitation to attend and be acknowledged at our annual volunteers function at the centre as well as to tour the closed facility and meet our resident wildlife.

 

Ongoing Major Sponsors

Ongoing Major Sponsors who have collectively donated more than $50,000 over the years will receive all of the above as well as the following:  

  • Logo on signage used at the centre, at events and in education sections.
  • Logo on animal Ambulance

Sponsors who provide more than $5,000 to Mandurah Wildlife Rescue as a monetary, goods or services donation will receive:  

  • Certificate for your workplace acknowledging your contribution
  • Listing as a sponsor on our website
  • Articles on social media and newsletters acknowledging sponsorship
  • Invitation to attend and be acknowledged at our annual volunteers function at the centre as well as to tour the closed facility and meet our resident wildlife.

Our Major Sponsors

Mandurah Wildlife Rescue is very grateful to our sponsors who have helped us to build and add to our care facilities, undertake major renovations to the hospital, transport injured animals to and from the centre and provide surgeries and much needed medical equipment on site.  

David Wee and family

David Wee and his family provide Mandurah Wildlife Rescue with a peppercorn lease so we can operate on their 5 acres of land and utilise the existing facilities.

Alcoa

Alcoa has provided the centre with $100,000 since 2008 to assist with ongoing food, milk and medical costs. Alcoa employees have also undertaken corporate volunteer days twice a year for the past 4 years. These employees helped with building our fencing, gardening and general clean up.

Lottery West

Lottery West has funded our animal ambulance, built our bird hospital and assisted with our new flight aviaries. Over the years they have provided us with more than $150,000 in funding.

City of Mandurah

The City of Mandurah has provided more than $10,000 in community grants over the past 6 years to help with projects and volunteer training

Murphy’s Irish Pub

Murphy’s Irish pub has raised more than $10,000 to assist us with our operational costs over the past 5 years. Also, they are now selling Wildlife Warning Whistles to raise funds and help prevent damage to cars and our native animals.

Brooks Hire

Brooks Hire has generously provided the machinery required to excavate the site which the education centre will be built on in 2019.

Peel Development Commission

In 2017 Peel Development Commission provided us with $40,000 to assist with operational expenses and to support our new strategic direction to become financially sustainable.

Aurizon Community

Aurizon provided us with a grant to commence native seed propagation and vegetable gardens onsite to feed our wildlife and provide new native plants and flowers around the centre. MWR backs on to Yalgorup National Park and so it is important that the operations of the centre also provide an extended sanctuary for wild birds and reptiles and a setting for our rehabilitating wildlife which replicates the natural environment they will soon return to. Aurizon’s generosity has enabled us to provide garden beds, plant hundreds of seedling plants and trees and reticulation in order to ensure they thrive.

Coles Halls Head

Thanks to Coles Lakelands, Mandurah Wildlife received a $5,000 donation in 2018 which provided the more than 1,000 wildlife we rehabilitate each year with much-needed food, shelter and medical care. Many thanks to Coles for their support.