Wildlife Baby Shower
Spring signals the start of wildlife baby season! Over the coming months, AIWC will care for over 1,000 animals, most of them injured and orphaned wildlife babies. Please help ensure that these wildlife babies have a future.
Animals are often injured or orphaned because of human activities - window strike, vehicle collision, barbed wire, domestic cat and dog attacks, and kidnapping (or taking a healthy baby animal from the wild).
This year marks our 9th Annual Wildlife Baby Shower event, with the goal of raising funds to care for animals in need and increasing awareness about the natural behaviours of our wild neighbours.
As a non-profit organization, we rely solely on donations and successful grant applications to operate. Did you know that it can cost well over $1,000 to rehabilitate an individual animal?
COVID-19 may have brought our lives to a standstill, but for the animals, it is still wildlife baby season!
Every dollar you give helps. Thank you for your support!
You can support Alberta's wildlife in need:
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For every donation made over $100.00, you will automatically be entered into a draw to win Feather Friendly® DIY Tape. We have 6 sets to give away, generously donated by our friends at Feather Friendly®. Winners will be contacted via email on June 2nd, 2020, and items will be mailed to you.
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Email: email@example.com | Phone: 403-946-2361| Charitable Reg.: #14041 6140 RR0001.
All donations over $15.00 will be eligible for a tax-receipt, which will be emailed to you after your donation is made. If you would like a paper copy mailed to you, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation (AIWC) plans to raise $500,000 this year through fundraising campaigns and initiatives. It will cost the organization approximately $25,000 to raise this amount. Funds raised will go to support AIWC's mission. For further information, please contact Holly Lillie, 403-946-2361.