DID YOU KNOW?
Saving used Air Assisted Transfer Mats (AAT Mats) from the bin can save the day for Australia’s wildest patients, their rescuers and carers.
Across the country, Haines single patient use AAT matts are being given a second life in helping wildlife rescuers treat and transport injured native animals.
The Gift Project, headed by Sarah Heart, connects hospitals with wildlife rescuers across Australia.
There are over 20,000 carers across Australia and sadly the vast majority of AAT Mats are being thrown away. To change that, we need your help.
BECOME THE WILDLIFE WARRIOR OF YOUR WORKPLACE.
Your efforts will not only benefit sick and injured wildlife, their rescuers, and carers, but our environment – diverting single patient use products away from landfill.
YOU CAN GET STARTED TODAY!