Wildcare achieves its mission by:
- developing and maintaining a membership of dedicated volunteers;
- training our members in the appropriate care of native Australian wildlife and ensuring that we maintain the best standards of care; maintaining accreditation from the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NSW);
- building productive links with our stakeholders, which include government agencies (local, State and Commonwealth); other wildlife groups in our region; and the general community;
- raising public awareness of wildlife issues through educational activities and public displays; and
- ensuring that the donations we receive are put to their most effective use in the rescue, rehabilitation and release of native Australian wildlife.
Wildcare also maintains a 24hr/day, 7days/week helpline phone service to receive reports on sick, injured or orphaned native Australian animals.
Wildcare is a voluntary community organisation with no recurrent funding from government. Wildcare relies on membership fees, grants and donations to finance the services it provides to the local community.