Saving our native wildlife

For almost 40 years, Native Animal Rescue’s team of more than 200 volunteers has dedicated their time to supporting wildlife.

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I don’t think people that buy a Lotto ticket understand how much it does for the community, it’s just amazing.

Kelli Ellemor

Native Animal Rescue CEO

The Malaga based group cares for around 3,000 native animals in need each year.

“We rehabilitate sick, injured, orphaned, and displaced native wildlife,” CEO of Native Animal Rescue Kelli Ellemor said.

A spike in the number of black cockatoos in need of care pushed the group close to capacity.

By playing Lotterywest games, you’ve helped provide a $143,897 grant to Native Animal Rescue. This support is providing equipment for a critical care unit, a new black cockatoo enclosure and software for research.

“I don’t think people that buy a Lotto ticket understand how much it does for the community, it’s just amazing,” Kelli said.

Thanks to you, in the 2020-21 financial year, $864.9 million was given to the WA community in grants and prizes. So thanks for making our great State, greater.

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For almost 40 years, Native Animal Rescue’s team of more than 200 volunteers has dedicated their time to supporting wildlife.

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Riding between the lines

The Constable Care Child Safety Foundation Inc., now known as the Constable Care Foundation, was initiated in 1997 as part of Community Policing. Now a separate function, the team work tirelessly to address social issues in primary school aged children.

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A$60,000

Towards the free community components of the Karijini Experience in 2019 and 2020 to connect people to culture, community and environment.

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A$4,803

Towards equipment for communal cooking activities in Australind where participants learn valuable life skills.

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Every year we give grants to Western Australian community organisations who provide services, support and inspiration to make this already great state, greater. If you think you’re one of those, click below to find out how to apply.

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