Whether you are interested in being hands-on with the animals or want to get involved in wildlife education or are skilled at fundraising, we have a place for you as a volunteer with All Things Wild! Click below to learn more about becoming an ATW volunteer.
Caring for sick and injured wildlife requires education, compassion, and money! Our rehabilitators are not paid by the city, state, or county. They use their own funds to support the animals in their care. Please help us support them. Your donation will pay for veterinarian visits, medication, medical equipment and supplies, formula, fresh food, feeding supplies, caging, and more! There are a click on the link below to learn more ways you can donate.
A couple of our handy members got together and created the ATW Wildlife Store. Here you'll find animals houses, feeding supplies, and more. It's the perfect place to shop for a gift for a family member, friend, or yourself! All proceeds go directly to All Things Wild Rehabilitation.
How to Help
Interested in helping All Things Wild Rehabilitation? There are many ways you can be involved.
We are always looking for safe locations to release rehabilitated wildlife. Click below to see if your site would qualify.
*All Things Wild Rehabilitation, Inc., is a nonprofit tax-exempt public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Tax ID number is 46-1309620. Donations to All Things Wild Rehabilitation are tax-deductible as allowed by the Internal Revenue Code.
If you have found an animal, please click the Contact Us link below.