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Pendragon’s Charity Saves & Sponsors 20 Koalas… And Plants 750 Trees…

By July 28, 2021August 1st, 2021No Comments

The fires that ripped through Australia before COVID have left lasting damage to its Flora and Fauna…

In order to protect Koalas, their food sources and homes before they are gone forever and to address the issue of their national decline, the team at Pendragon had pledged in 2020 to help and support local charities like Carbon Positive Australia (earlier known as Carbon Neutral Charitable Fund) who are working hard to stop the destruction of endangered habitats by planting trees to support local wildlife, and the Koala Hospital, which is an activity of Koala Conservation Australia.

We are happy to update you on this pledge of ours!

We feel proud to say that we have purchased to date this year (first half of 2021) nearly 250 trees ready to be planted in 2021 and we have sponsored 10 Koalas ready to be rescued.

Since 2020, Pendragon has purchased and planted 750 trees and sponsored 20 Koalas.

We will be continuing this for the second half of 2021 and we will be planting a native tree on behalf of every new lead we can assist and we will continue to support the Koala Hospital… donate funds to save Koalas.

In this way, we will not only help the Koalas and their food source that was devastated by the bush fires but also do our bit in helping the planet breathe by planting trees and hopefully helping to save our beautiful world.

Because in the end, it’s up to us to ensure future generations get to see these iconic Aussie animals in the wild and they and we can breathe in the fresh air together…

We are doing our bit… are you…?

“Earth, our home planetis a world unlike any other. The third planet from the sun, Earth is the only place in the known universe confirmed to host life. With a radius of 3,959 miles, Earth is the fifth largest planet in our solar system, and it’s the only one known for sure to have liquid water on its surface.”

Source: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/earth

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