TreeHouse Wildlife Center is requesting your help with our mission to rescue, care for, and release wildlife. All of our face-to-face educational and fundraising programs have been cancelled for the next several months. We rely on program fees and donations to purchase the supplies, formula, and equipment to care for sick, injured, and orphaned wild babies. With the looming cost for a roof replacement, even a few weeks without the much needed donations will impact the number of animals we may be able to rescue and rehab this year.
Spring wild babies are arriving despite the COVID-19 virus. Babies needing daily cleaning, monitoring, possible medical care, and feeding up to four times a day. These babies will spend months at TreeHouse before they can be released back to the wild. Our dedicated rehab staff and volunteers come in daily to care for all the wildlife entrusted to us.
Every year, the number of rescue calls increases. We have almost reached last years totals and it is only the begining of June. TreeHouse is a voice of the plight of wildlife, but the reality is wildlife rescue and rehab is expensive and without funding we may have to limit the number of animals we can help. With our programming and many fundraising events cancelled for the next several months, we are trying to find creative ways to ensure TreeHouse finds funding. Please consider making a donation. Every $1.00 donated can buy a meal for many of the animals.
Oftentimes, the public mistakenly believes TreeHouse Wildlife Center is a government funded organization. TreeHouse Wildlife Center does not receive operational funding from any federal, state, or municipal governments. Our organization exists through private donations, grants, program fees, and fundraising events. While many business and organizations are feeling the impact of this economic hardship, please consider supporting TreeHouse in our mission to continue to rescue and care for wildlife. Thank you!