Project Wildlife’s lifesaving work wouldn’t be possible without its dedicated volunteers and generous donors. Whether you have time and energy to spare or you’d rather make a charitable contribution, there are plenty of ways to chip in to help wildlife.
Roll up your sleeves. The need for volunteers is greatest from April through September. Training is required, so the recruitment process typically begins in the fall.
One task volunteers can choose is to work in the Care Center and assist with everyday tasks like cleaning animal enclosures.
Volunteers must be 18 or older and commit to one 3–4 hour shift per week for at least a year. Or, work as a satellite volunteer and care for a single species of animal in your home.
Experience isn’t required—Project Wildlife provides training and mentorship. Satellite rehabilitators must be able to supply a safe, tranquil environment. Watch a video and learn more online.
There are many ways to support Project Wildlife:
You can honor a loved one with a memorial or tribute gift.
Donate a vehicle, and Project Wildlife will receive the cash value.
Businesses can designate Project Wildlife as their charity of choice, or you can establish an employer-sponsored gift-matching program for charitable contributions.
You can also sponsor special events or presentations and receive recognition in return.
Or, you can simply purchase much-needed supplies directly from Project Wildlife’s Amazon Wish List, which will be sent directly to the Care Center.