Wildlife Care Awareness
Western Australia, 2015
FAWNA is a not for profit government approved wildlife rescue and rehabilitation organisation for sick, injured and orphaned native fauna. Operating in the south-west of Western Australia, FAWNA is entirely run by volunteers and administered by a committee elected annually; members take care of the wildlife in thier own homes. The organisation relies almost entirely on public support, and as such raising awareness and maintaining a visible profile is very important.
Kwokka staff are involved in a number of initiatives including the editing + maintainance of website content and the design + installation of decals on the FAWNA mobile emergency rescue vehicle. The vehicle acts as a publicity (and educational) machine - raising awareness of the work FAWNA members undertake; the decals illustrate the wide range of local fauna rescued, visible both when the caravan is being towed to locations around the region in need of assistance (such as bushfire sites), and when static in schools, or at festivals and events.