make your best gift ever to center for wildlife
HELP BUILD A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE FOR WILDLIFE AND THEIR HABITATS!
Wildlife only receive 1% of philanthropic giving, so Center for Wildlife's work truly isn't possible without you and your support. We also don't receive any state or federal funding, so we rely exclusively on the generosity of individuals, businesses, and grant-making foundations in the community. More than 60% of our funding comes from people just like you!
Your gift today provides specialized care and treatment for injured and orphaned wildlife in our medical clinic. Your gift also provides safe sanctuary for our non-releasable ambassadors, builds empathy for our native species, and helps inspire the next generation of environmental leaders and stewards through our education and outreach programs.
With your support, Center for Wildlife is able to treat 2,500 wild animals each year, reach 12,000 people through our education and outreach programs, and provide guidance to more than 15,000 callers on our Wildlife Assistance Hotline.
Center for Wildlife accepts:
Cash, checks, or debit/credit card donations
Recurring donations (join our Seedling Society with a monthly gift!)
Stocks, bonds, and appreciated securities
Gifts in honor or memory of a loved one
Bequests and estate gifts (click here to learn more about planned giving and the Center for Wildlife Nest Egg)
Thank you for your support! Together, we can build a sustainable future for wildlife and their habitats.
Mail your gift to: Center for Wildlife, P.O. Box 620, Cape Neddick, ME 03902. If you have any questions about donating to Center for Wildlife, please contact Katy Wormwoodr, at kwormwood@thecenterforwildlife or 207.361.1400 x107.
The Center for Wildlife is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.
For the month of December, use the blue botton to donate and Patagonia will match your gift and cover all fees!
investing in wildlife capital campaign
Center for Wildlife is embarking on an exciting and long overdue journey this winter to construct a new conservation campus and nature/community hub. Since our founding in 1986, the demand for our wildlife medical clinic and environmental education programs has skyrocketed! Our cramped space, however, has remained the same. Click here to learn more about our new facility, plans for the future, and how you can help bring this vision to life.