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Warsaw fundraiser to aid Australia's wildlife

24.01.2020 10:32
A group of Australian expats is gearing up to spend upcoming Australia Day clearing a Warsaw forest of trash in a bid to raise funds to support animals affected by wildfires in their home country.
A koala injured in a bushfire receives medical attention at a sanctuary in Healsville, Victoria, Australia, on Thursday.
A koala injured in a bushfire receives medical attention at a sanctuary in Healsville, Victoria, Australia, on Thursday.Photo: EPA/DAVID CROSLING

The drive aims to collect donations for Wildlife Victoria, which cares for sick, injured and homeless animals, while also showing appreciation for Poles who have already contributed to the bushfire-relief effort.

Tomasz Ferenc spoke to Phil Forbes, the originator of the campaign, to find out more...