Kildare Wildlife Unit, Miguel La Cruz and Royal Hemp
Thumbs up to Miguel La Cruz help to raise money and awareness with his #1minutepushupchallenge for the Kildare wildlife unit.
What is it all about?
Check his GoFundMe to learn more about the donation goal for this challenge.
Kildare Animal Foundation Wildlife Unit is purely operated by the selfless efforts of volunteer Veterinarian’s, and members of the community. One particular volunteer who inspired him to start this campaign is Lisa McAuley.
Who is Kildare Animal Foundation Wildlife Unit?
Founded in 1994 by on the outskirts of Kildare town by Geraldine O’Hanlon and a group of very dedicated volunteers, the Kildare Animal Foundation is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the welfare of cats, dogs and small animals. Located in an ideal setting, the Foundation today cares for almost 100 animals, providing sanctuary to injured, sick and abused animals.
Their shelter is open daily from 2 to 4 pm and they offer an adoption service for cats and dogs that are ready for rehoming.
Plans to protect air and water, wilderness and wildlife are in fact plans to protect humanity.
– Stewart Udall
What’s the Challange and who is Miguel La Cruz?
For this challenge, the goal is to Upload a video of how many pushups you can do in 1 min. To participate you have to follow @wildlife_unit_kildare and @royalhemp_au. Use the hashtag #kildareanimalfoundationwildlife, #royalhemp and #1minutepushupchallenge.
Who is Miguel?
Miguel La Cruz is a Sydney based fitness trainer, callisthenics expert and amateur boxer. Miguel has trained with elite boxing trainers and fighters throughout Ireland, Cuba, Canada, the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Angola.
His motivation lies in helping people understand that health and fitness is a lifelong commitment. He aims to provide effective and enjoyable workouts that utilise functional body movement. This allows the body to replicate what is most natural in a safe and fun environment.
Check out his Website
Miguel La Cruz's Instagram
Why should we care about Wildlife?
A rich wildlife helps humanity to deal with illness
A lot of medicines have been derived from the chemicals produced by animals. These medicines are then used to help cure various health conditions, such as heart diseases, disorders, and other illnesses. In fact, based on the statistics provided by the Fish and Wildlife Service, more than 25% of the medicinal prescriptions given every year contain chemicals from animals. For instance, there are scientists who are studying venom from snakes to cure the symptoms of Melanoma, and the venom from a tarantula can help fight neurological disorders.
“The most dangerous worldview is the worldview of those have not viewed the world.”
― Alexander von Humboldt
A rich wildlife promotes biodiversity
Ecological value is the interaction of wildlife in nature. Wildlife plays an essential role in the ecological and biological processes that are yet again significant to life. The normal functioning of the biosphere depends on endless interactions amongst animals, plants, and microorganisms. This, in turn, maintains and enhances human life further. Wildlife maintains ecological ‘balance of nature’ and maintains food chain and natural cycles.
We at Royalhemp are grateful to be part of this movement to make the world a better place which aligns with our mission to be the best we can be and provide you with the best tasting Hemp protein products out there.
“The wild is where you find it, not in some distant world relegated to a nostalgic past or an idealized future; its presence is not black or white, bad or good, corrupted or innocent… We are of that nature, not apart from it. We survive because of it, not instead of it.”
― Renee Askins