2021 Spring Online Auction - NEW ITEMS ADDED!!

Welcome - thank you for joining us! It is with delight (and thanks to our business community!) that we offer you this exciting variety of items to bid on, masks to purchase (scroll waaaay down to see photos!), and donation options. Please, scroll through the whole page for some cool stats, and to ensure you see all that's available - be sure to click on an item or 'Enter Auction to See More' after the Aqua Pottery Bowl to see all items. Enjoy!

WOW - we’re very thankful so many of you are using the Buy-it-Now option found at the bottom left of item pages! All the ‘sold’ items were purchased using that feature, and so many have used it that we ADDED MORE ITEMS!! Check them out.

Please note: All physical items must be picked up by the winner. Pickups are by appointment only either in Colwood or at the BC SPCA Victoria. Gift cards/certificates will be mailed or emailed. For certain items, shipping may be possible (with the cost covered by the winner) – please contact Wild ARC volunteer Nancy at nancy.bourne@me.com to inquire.

Since opening in 1997

nearly 50,000

wild animals have been helped by Wild ARC


different species have been treated, 70% of which are birds

3 grams

is the size of our smallest patient - baby hummingbirds

(a Canadian dime

weighs 1.75 grams)


is the wingspan of our widest patient to date, a beautiful golden eagle

Silent Auction
8 bids
Current Bid
Prosecco Gift Basket
Value, $60. Enjoy this basket on a picnic with th...
14 bids
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Inlaid Handcrafted Wooden Box
Estimated value: $70. This little box must be se...
6 bids
Current Bid
Uber Eats eVoucher
$100 eVoucher for Uber Eats – get the food you wa...
10 bids
Current Bid
Spa Gift Certificate
$50 gift certificate. The spa at Brentwood Bay Re...
7 bids
Current Bid
Pottery Serving Bowls
Estimated value: $45. Pottery Serving Bowls Thi...
4 bids
Current Bid
Hudson's Bay eGift Card
$50 gift certificate to, The Bay, Canada’s oldest...

In 2020 Wild ARC helped an incredible


wild animals in need.


volunteers fed babies, cleaned cages, did laundry (sooo many loads), washed dishes, prepped food, scraped poop (yup, that's really a job!), transported animals - and so much more!



hours of time our volunteers donated to the wild animals of southern Vancouver Island.



species Wild ARC treated. Collisions with vehicles, encounters with off-leash dogs or free-roaming cats, and collisions with windows and buildings are three main reasons they are admitted.


Volunteer Spotlight

A very special lady created dozens of masks for her fellow volunteers to wear while working at Wild ARC. She then donated 144 masks for this auction! Why? 'I know this year Wild ARC cannot hold their open house which is a great fund raiser. I wanted to help….' Her favourite part of volunteering? 'I love seeing the animals progress to becoming wild again.' I know I can speak for most volunteers in agreeing with that sentiment!

What a lady. What a volunteer. What a heart.

Wild ARC volunteers are THE BEST!

💖 Thank you Val! 💖

Wild ARC can always use volunteers.

Interested? Visit wildarc.com today.

A Champion Fundraiser in support of
Our mission is to protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in BC.
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