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Closed 26/07/2020

28%
£520
raised of £1,800 target by 21 supporters

    Weʼve raised £520 to Help feed rescued animals at the Java Wildlife Rescue. Due to the coronavirus epidemic, their income from volunteers has disappeared.

    Jogjakarta, Indonesia
    Funded on Sunday, 26th July 2020

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    We are running out of food for our orangutans and other rescued wildlife!

    The dedicated team at the Wildlife Rescue Centre (WRC Jogja) is running out of food and supplies for the more than 150 animals in their care.Due to the coronavirus epidemic, their regular funding from international volunteers has disappeared.

    Normally the centre does not ask for donations and tries to cover its operating costs through self-funding. But now we are in desperate need of donations to feed the orangutans, gibbons, bears, birds and many other species that have been rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. If possible, animals will be rehabilitated and released back into the wild. But to many animals, the centre is their permanent home, as they have lost their natural skills to survive in the wild.

    It's heart-breaking to know that Boni (pictured here) and all the other adorable animal residents may run out of food and their keepers may loose their jobs.

    THANKS FOR YOUR KIND DONATION TO FEED BONI AND HIS FRIENDS!

    Watch the centre video here

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    • Malaysian Wildlife3 months ago
      Malaysian Wildlife

      Malaysian Wildlife

      3 months ago

      Our plans for the apes at the Wildlife Rescue in Jogjakarta keep growing! This beautiful lady is Cempluk ( Bornean gibbon) , who came to the centre in 2004. She was kept as an illegal pet for 7 years and never had any contact with other gibbons. So she can no longer be released into the forest and will have to spend the rest of her days at the centre. For Cempluk and other primates like her, we want to continue improving their quality of life at the centre. So watch this space!

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    • Malaysian Wildlife6 months ago
      Malaysian Wildlife

      Malaysian Wildlife

      6 months ago

      THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT! Fortunately, our committed animal keepers carry on their work of giving enrichments, using natural materials such as these leaves.This helps the animals to encourage natural behaviours, stimulate the brain, or simply keep them active! 🐒🐊🦜 We will continue to work hard, during these times of crisis, to communicate and fundraise so that the animals and their keepers can pull through! THANK YOU and STAY SAFE.

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    6 months ago

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    Page last updated on: 7/3/2020 13.57

    Supporters

    21

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      May 20, 2020

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      May 15, 2020

      Continue your amazing work!

      £10.00

    • Sasha

      Sasha

      May 12, 2020

      Amazing work, hope this helps a little

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      May 4, 2020

      I hope you achieve your target. Keep up the brilliant work.

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      May 4, 2020

    • Paula O'Reilly

      Paula O'Reilly

      Apr 8, 2020

    • Lucy O

      Lucy O

      Apr 8, 2020

      £10.00

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    Malaysian Wildlife

    Malaysian Wildlife

    Jogjakarta, Indonesia

    Malaysianwildlife.org is a non-profit, founded by Barbara de Waard, to promote volunteering for conservation projects.Our volunteers play a vital role to assist the local wildlife teams and generate much-needed income to cover the cost of food, medical supplies and local staff.

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