Frequently Asked Questions
We are happy to support, within reason, any form of animal rescue, hospital, carer or organization. Whether you are an individual carer, a wildlife group with many animals in care, or a domestic dog rescue, we want to hear from you! The Rescue Collective began in domestic rescue, and whilst we are passionate about our wildlife, we are equally committed to domestic rescue.
If you or anyone you know needs help, please contact us.
In addition to making direct monetary donations, there are several ways you can help, but our preference is that you donate supplies from our Wishlist. The items are vital in supporting the lives of all species around Queensland and New South Wales.
We recommend either Vetnpet Direct or Australian Wildlife Supplies to purchase your supplies. Both are local Queensland companies that have supported us from the beginning. Online vouchers can be purchased at these outlets, and then forwarded to us by email at [email protected]
There is of course, an abundance of other online vet, pet and produce stores that stock the items we are always in need of.
These are the only full time, fully registered drop off locations for The Rescue Collective. Please note that these drop off locations are only for items specified in our Wishlist. We do not accept linen, towels, medical items etc. via drop off. We don’t wish to sound ungrateful, however our storage is limited, and we need to focus on feed, equipment and general animal supplies.
Our drop off locations can be found here.
We are a relatively small team and operation, despite what you may have read or heard. We like to keep things somewhat intimate in our team, so that we really know who we are working with, and the direction that we are heading with our Collective.
We do take in new volunteers from time to time – please watch our Facebook Page and this page for any announcements seeking additional support or assistance. Volunteers must be over 18 years of age. Every offer of help is received with sincere gratitude #youdidthis
We’re not directly involved with the actual care of wildlife. We focus is on getting food and supplies out to the many wildlife rescue groups. There are however, groups out there who may need help with cutting fruit, washing, cleaning and other chores that take up their valuable time. You can always offer to help your local group with those! Here is a link to the organisations for each state, you can contact them to ask if they need help: