Charity Partner Spotlight: World Wildlife Fund Australia

One of our passions here at Robb and Lulu is supporting environmental initiatives, to help better care for our earth and its inhabitants. That’s why we’re so proud to partner with the World Wildlife Fund Australia; donating a portion of all sales to help fund their incredible work.

Who is the World Wildlife Fund (WWF)?

WWF have been a leading voice for nature for more than half a century. They partner with governments, businesses, communities and individuals to address a range of pressing environmental issues. At their core is a mission to create a world where people live and prosper in harmony with nature.

The seventh largest member of the WWF Network, WWF-Australia’s focus is on conserving biodiversity in Australia and throughout the Oceania region.

Australian Koalas by WWF

The Regenerate Australia Program

In response to the devastating black summer bushfires, WWF-Australia have launched their Regenerate Australia program, which is the largest and most innovative wildlife and regeneration program in Australia’s history. Its purpose is to help rehabilitate, repopulate and restore wildlife and their habitats, as well as to help boost sustainable agriculture, and protect Australia against future climate disasters.

Restoring Australia's Koala Population

An important focus in WWF-Australia’s Regenerate Australia Program is giving much needed help to koalas, who are facing endangerment and even extinction. WWF-Australia's goal is to double the number of koalas across eastern Australia by 2050. Giving these beautiful creatures a chance to not only survive, but to thrive.

This work involves giving more training to wildlife veterinarians, so that there are more of them to help koalas when they need it most. WWF-Australia are also building more wildlife hospitals and increasing capacity of existing ones. This will help not just koalas, but all our incredible native wildlife.

If you're interested in learning more about WWF-Australia's incredible work and their Regenerate Australia program, you can read more here.

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