Australian Army Soldiers Give Up Rest Time To Care For Koalas Displaced By Fires
Australian Army soldiers have been on the frontlines of helping during the bushfires
Australian Army soldiers are going above and beyond to help out during the bushfires crisis in Australia.
The 9th Brigade posted on their Facebook page how 16 Regiment Emergency Support Force has been giving up their rest periods to help feed and care for koalas who have been displaced due to the fires.
They are helping out at the Cleland Wildlife Park.
Want to help out?
Cleland Wildlife Park shared this detailed information on their Facebook page how you can help:
The South Australian Government has activated the State Emergency Relief Fund (SERF) for the Cudlee Creek fire. The fund will collect donations to provide financial relief for people directly affected by the fire, including those who suffered injury or loss. All money raised will be administered by the independent SERF Committee which will ensure fair distribution to those most in need. You can read more about the SERF, including the many easy tax-deductible ways to donate, please follow this link: https://www.sa.gov.au/…/emergencies…/recovery/donating
St Vincent De Paul have also set up an appeal specifically for other fire affected communities in South Australia. To make a donation, please visit the following link: https://www.vinnies.org.au/…/Vinnies_SA_Bushfire…/
Cleland is supporting SAVEM (The South Australian Veterinary Emergency Management). SAVEM has been set up to provide large-scale emergency wildlife response during bushfires across the state. TO support this group please follow the link: https://www.savem.org.au/…
Thank you again for your expression of support.
The Team at Cleland Wildlife Park
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