Peel Global Diagnostics Staff Go Wild for Charity!
Mandurah Wildlife Rescue started the new financial year with a donation from staff and patients from the Peel Global Diagnostics office. Operating in the Peel region for over twenty years the Rescue team, lead by Founder and President Dorothy Terry-Boss recently moved to new premises in Dawesville offering care and rehabilitation for injured and orphaned wildlife.
As a local not-for-profit organisation running entirely from volunteer help and community support, Global Diagnostics’ donation was graciously and sincerely acknowledged. Staff who visited the new rescue facilities were treated to a private tour of the premises which now provides outdoor holding areas for the rehabilitation of larger animals, such as kangaroos and wallabies.
Every year Mandurah Wildlife Rescue has increasing numbers of admissions of wildlife that need care. They aim to treat and care for all wildlife admissions, rehabilitating and releasing them back into their natural environments. Dot Terry-Boss's personal conviction is that, "all God's creatures deserve a chance."
If interested in becoming a volunteer, a regular donor or preferring to simply deliver old blankets or towels (which are always in demand), please contact the Mandurah Wildlife Rescue 24hr hotline, on: 9582 3938.