Who We Support
At Sundala Health Centre, we are proud supporters of the following causes. We choose to support the following organisations and benefits to encourage the betterment of our local fauna, our national flora and our global environment. We support our staff in helping out with these causes not only financially but also with educating others about how we can improve this earth for ourselves and for many generations after us.
Friends of the Koala FOK is a volunteer run not-for profit community group in Lismore NSW, they provide support, care and rehabilitation for koalas in the Northern Rivers area of New South Wales.
Sugarshine FARM Animal Sanctuary offers a range of care for animals. They rescue, rehabilitate and re-home abused, neglected or abandoned farm or domestic animals.
Rainforest Rescue A not-for-profit organisation, Rainforest Rescue is dedicated to restoration and preservation of rainforests in Australia. By purchasing high conservation value rainforest areas, Rainforest Rescue aims to protect their biodiversity with planting, weeding and maintenance. Sundala Health has proudly supported Rainforest Rescue with preserving part of the Daintree rainforest in Australia.
The Wilderness Society TWS is an Australian, community-based, not-for-profit non-governmental environmental advocacy organisation. Its purpose is to protect, promote and restore wilderness and natural processes across Australia for the survival and ongoing evolution of life on Earth. Over the last few years, Sundala Health has proudly supported The Wilderness Society in the establishment of wildlife corridors in Northern Rivers New South Wales and bush regeneration in the Pilbara of Western Australia.
Sea Shepherd The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is a non-profit marine conservation organisation. Sea Shepherd engages in conventional protests and direct actions to protect marine wildlife. Sea Shepherd operations have included interdiction against commercial fishing, shark poaching and finning, seal hunting and whaling. The group has been active in intervening against fishing and poaching in the South Pacific, the Mediterranean, and in waters around the Galapagos Islands.