Leave a Meaningful Legacy
PWRC is a registered charity, whose main goal is to rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife and to successfully release them back into their natural habitat. Our work is supported by public donations, grants, and fundraising events. You can help PWRC continue its mission through planned estate giving. Your legacy gift will make a lasting and valued contribution towards the rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife as well as environmental education. We would like to acknowledge your donation by inscribing your name on our donor wall. You can also remain anonymous with your support. Our charity number is 826093155RR0001. Please contact us for more information or to Leave a Meaningful Legacy.
In memorium donations are a meaningful way to recognize a friend, loved one, or pet who has passed away. Your loved ones may have enjoyed feeding the birds or watching the deer in their backyards. It is the generosity of individuals that allow us to provide this important service, giving them a safe and caring alternative for the injured wildlife that they encounter. With this support we are able to improve the care given to the injured and orphaned wildlife that we receive, bring awareness of wildlife issues through our education programs and create a state-of-the-art wildlife rehabilitation hospital and education facility. Tax receipts are issued for donations for $10.00 and over.
If you would like an acknowledgement card to be sent to the family, please send the complete addresses along with their names. For donations over $100 in memory of a loved one (person, pet, etc), a bird house with an inscription plaque will be set up at our wildlife centre to feed the wild birds. Please contact us for more information or to arrange an In Memorium donation.
The Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre never sells, rents, trades, or otherwise shares our supporters’ names, mailing addresses, email addresses, or other personal information with any other organization.
The Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre never sends out mailings on behalf of other organizations