Thomas Sabo partners with WIRES for Mother's Day

Friday, April 23, 2021

Thanks to our ongoing relationship, you could make a difference to the outcomes of Australian wildlife this Mother’s Day by purchasing one of two limited edition Koala pieces from the Thomas Sabo collection.

For a limited time 50% from every online sale* of the special edition Koala necklace & charm pendant from Thomas Sabo will be donated to WIRES. Each piece is made from blackened 925 Sterling Silver with black enamel features.

Koalas are currently listed as ‘Vulnerable’ by the NSW Government which means they are at high risk of extinction in the medium term. WIRES work extends beyond the care of individual koalas; working with partners and individuals like the University of Sydney’s Koala Health Hub, veterinarians, koala hospitals & sanctuaries to provide information about koala health and care.

With your support, you can help WIRES improve long-term outcomes for Koalas in Australia.

If you’d like to look good while you do good, click the following link to purchase:

*Donation period from 15/04/21 – 31/05/21. Only while stock lasts. Not valid in conjunction with other offers.


WIRES is Australia’s largest wildlife rescue organisation. WIRES has been rescuing and caring for sick, injured and orphaned native animals for over 35 years with a mission to actively rehabilitate and preserve Australian wildlife and inspire others to do the same. WIRES’ Wildlife Rescue Office answers calls from the community 24/7, 365 days a year, providing rescue advice and assistance for over 130,000 animals annually. Connecting wildlife to real-time assistance, WIRES full-time mobile Wildlife Ambulances operate across New South Wales, South-East Queensland and Tasmania, and WIRES had over 3,500 volunteers assisting with wildlife rescue and care in NSW. WIRES is supporting thousands of wildlife carers across Australia through a diverse range of national programs. WIRES also collaborates nationally with strategic partners to support the long-term recovery of wildlife habitat and the long-term preservation of native species in the wild.

For more information on WIRES wildlife programs visit


WIRES Media Officer: John Grant | 0416 272 153 | [email protected]

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