The Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival are proud to announce that this year TWO worthy charities have been selected to benefit from the 2020 festival. Stay watching FB for more information on both organisations, and on how to donate!
The Wildlife Hospital treats more than 500 sick and injured native New Zealand animals each year. The patients come from across the South Island, and include hoiho/yellow-eyed penguins, kiwi, kākāpō, kea and many more – from 6g forest birds to 400kg sea lions! They are a non-profit organisation working alongside other conservation groups, DOC and Ngāi Tahu to improve outcomes for wildlife and to provide education about New Zealand’s precious native species.
St John provides ambulance, community and health services designed to improve the health and well-being of all New Zealanders. St John the largest primary healthcare provider in the country working 24 hours, 7 days a week, and having contact with more than one million people annually. The St John ambulance service provides excellent emergency medical care in urban, rural and remote locations within South Island Region, and works to provide the best possible response times and positive patient outcomes in the face of constantly increasing demand. Frontline ambulances are essential to treat and transport sick or injured people.