Buy Jewellery and Support KRQ
Our friends at KoalaKay are now donating a portion of their sales to KRQ. What a great gift idea! Thank you KoalaKay for your support. Check our their fabulous items here - https://koalakay.com/
Ben & Jerry's Noosa Fundraiser
On April 9th we took to the street out the front of Ben & Jerry's in Noosa to raise some funds for our Koalas. Jasmine, the store manager did a great job promoting our cause. We raised nearly $1000. Nikita dressed in a "onesie" for nearly 8hrs while drumming up business for the delicious ice creams that resulted in donations to KRQ. Thank you to all who participated and donated on the day.
Following our nasty accident which resulted in our rescue truck being badly damaged, Koala Rescue Queensland have been fortunate enough to get fantastic support from Pacific Gympie with a new rescue vehicle provided at a very competitive price.
We are very appreciative of their contribution and this amazing video footage they put together. Thank you for all your wonderful support, we couldn't do our rescue work without you. The Koalas say thank you too. See video on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PacificGympie/videos/1992721254075192/
Kitco Metals Inc.
Our friends at Kitco ran an amazing fundraising campaign in May 2013 by selling silver Koala coins. A percentage of each sale was donated to us. They raised a whopping $26,000 !! An awesome effort by Canadian corporation, Kitco Metals Inc. Kitco is one of the largest retailers of precious metals in the world and a specialised supplier of refining services. Being one of few authorised resellers of products made by some of the most prestigious government mints, the company provides a vast array of gold, silver, platinum, palladium and rhodium products to tens of thousands of customers.
Considered to be the leading precious metals reference, Kitco’s website (www.kitco.com) is visited daily by close to a million people around the world.
We LOVE Kitco !!
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