This project will build a permanent clinic at Rewild Rehabilitation Centre. Providing a safe space to house, treat and care for orphaned, injured or misplaced indigenous wildlife so they can be returned as fit, healthy animals back into the wild and ultimately contribute to the survival of their species.
Since moving to their new permanent residence in 2021 ReWild's have been making use of a large Wendy house to providing the clinic and house for their indigenous patients. Whilst this was always planned to be a temporary arrangement until they could source the funding to build the permanent clinic, the deadline has become more urgent due to the Wendy house becoming unstable after being invaded by termites, shortening the life span of the Wendy house dramatically.
A temporary clinic in the form of a wooden house was erected to provide shelter for the numerous species in ReWild's care at the time they moved to their new property. It is now time to build a permanent facility to not only treat and house the clinic patients but provide accommodation for the dedicated nurses, Jane and Faunce Burd, who have been and are still sleep on clinic floor for the past 2 years.
On completion of this proposal, the Centre will be fully equipped to not only assist injured or orphaned indigenous wildlife that requires their immediate assistance, but also provide safe housing for those who can't be released. It will also provide ample storage, and sterile kitchen as well as 2 bedrooms, a bathroom and office space for Jane and Faunce, who's health and well-being are paramount to the operations of the centre.