GREENDALE WILDLIFE SHELTER ON 03 53681501 OR EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org GREENDALE
WILDLIFE SHELTER INC. IS A REGISTERED CHARITABLE ORGANISATION
is owned and operated by Greendale Wildlife Shelter, with Donna Zabinskas and
Walter Collins at the forefront of this organisation.
Our mission statement
Australian wildlife carers, we take pride in the rescue, care and rehabilitation
of our native wildlife. Acting with dignity, respect, and professionalism,
we are committed to working together to educate, train and create awareness
within our community and local districts”
network of members across Victoria consists of business leaders, government
workers, through to the unemployed and young... and ALL are as valuable as
each other. BADGAR is forging massive links with the corporate sector which
will help bridge the gap between wildlife and lifestyle. We're affiliated with
award winning advertising agency Collins Media Advertising and its agreed that
the best way to get our message across is by large scale, mass media which
includes television. Our patron is Tania Kernaghan, the Queen of country music!
It is decided that BADGAR will work together with other groups for the sole
purpose of providing the fastest and most professional rescue of wildlife.
if wildlife rescuers worked to the same models and techniques similar to that
of St John Ambulance or the Red Cross? BADGAR is doing just that.
BADGAR aims to be:
• A leader in wildlife rescue in Victoria, offering a 24 hour rescue
service to injured, orphaned and sick wildlife.
Train rescuers and carers to a new higher state-wide level and become the precedent
for wildlife professionalism
Promote public awareness to the plight of our wildlife through media, giving
ownership back to the public and restoring the balance.
Uniting all groups to work together, under their own brand and offering marketing
services under the BADGAR system
Raising funds to build wildlife hospitals in Victoria
Enhance corporate responsibility for wildlife & environment
Harness the work already done by groups and shelters, to take rescue to the