Koala Clancy Foundation
Koala Clancy Foundation inspires travelers and local communities to help ensure a future for wild koalas. They protect koalas in the wild through enhancement and protection of their natural habitat by organising travelers and locals to maintain and improve existing koala habitat, and engage in citizen science research into wild koala behaviour.
Since they began in May 2015, more than 3,000 people have participated in koala conservation. Hundreds of local groups and school children have learnt more about wild koalas in public Koala Conservation Days held each month. With thousands of hours of volunteer work, more than a million weeds have been removed and more than 7,500 trees have been planted by the Koala Clancy Foundation.
There are many ways to be involved, including planting koala habitat on your private land, becoming a member, donating, or visiting their online shop. Get in touch today to find out how you can help wild koalas!