Please consider donating to Project Wildlife, a wildlife rehabilitation center in San Diego with one of the highest volumes of wildlife patients in the country!
Since 1972, Project Wildlife's dedicated staff and volunteers have given injured, orphaned, and sick wild animals a second chance at life. This commitment to helping wild animals has grown tremendously and Project Wildlife is now one of the largest wildlife rehabilitation organizations in the country.
Project Wildlife is a critical community resource for residents and businesses in San Diego County, one of the most biologically diverse areas in the United States—with more than 320 animal species—and the greatest number of endangered species. In addition to Project Wildlife's Triage Center, there are more than 70 satellite care sites facilitated by volunteer rehabilitators who work tirelessly, 24-hours a day 365 days a year, to provide pre-release care to wild animals.
Please support us as we raise money for the animals helped by San Diego Humane Society. Your donation will help provide food, medical care and a safe haven for thousands of animals, including:
• 16,000 animals who will be examined in our veterinary medical centers
• 15,000 homeless animals who will find new families
• 10,000 injured or orphaned wild animals who will be cared for by Project Wildlife annually
• 6,000 community-owned animals who will receive reduced cost spay/neuter operations performed by our surgeons
• 5,000 fragile kittens who will find a safe haven in our 24-hour-kitten nursery
• 3,000 sick, injured, or underage animals who will grow stronger in foster homes
…and so many more!
Please consider making a donation to support our participation in the San Diego Humane Society's annual Day of Giving! All donations are tax-deductible, as Project Wildlife is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Whatever you can give will help - every dollar truly makes a difference! We sincerely appreciate your support, as do the animals being cared for by Project Wildlife and the many other programs of the San Diego Humane Society!