Are you passionate about wildlife conservation? Do you want to support our volunteer rehabilitators? Do you want to know what is happening in our South West community to ensure our wildlife is taken care of, whether it is today or in the future?
There are many other ways that you can help. We are a 100% volunteer run organisation. When signing up for a membership your funds go directly to the day-to-day care of fauna in our care which includes housing such as cages, aviaries, possum boxes, food such as specialised formula and supplements, incubators, heating stones, pouches, just to name a few.
Geo Bay has different categories for membership.
If you want to support us by becoming a member, click here
These members financially support the organisation through their annual membership subscription and support for our fundraising activities. All members are welcome to attend any training we run, networking events and receive our quarterly newsletter.
If you want to support us by becoming a general member, click here
As a member, your benefits include:
- Newsletters, invitations to upcoming events and opportunities for further engagement
- Knowing that you are supporting Wildlife in South West, Western Australia
These members do not attend to rescues or transportation of wildlife. They volunteer their time helping the organisation in roles on the committee, managing the website and social media, leading fundraising activities They are welcome to attend any training we run, networking events and receive our quarterly newsletter
If you want to support us by becoming a volunteer associate member, click here
Junior Friend of Wildlife Members
Are between the age of 12-18 who are wanting to learn more about wildlife and rehabilitation. They are paired with a registered rehabilitator and help them to clean cages and aviaries, collect leaves and flowers and learn how to rehabilitate those in care. They also attend a monthly workshop on a specific topic.
If you want to support us by becoming a junior friend of wildlife, click here