You need the Phoenix Wildlife Center and we need YOU! Our grassroots supporters help keep us running on a daily basis, but in order to make the move to our new facility we are going to need much more. Make your gift to our Capital Campaign today.You can help the Phoenix Wildlife Center move into a new and exciting phase of wildlife rehabilitation in Maryland. Get involved with the renovation of the new property and become a sustaining member of the community that cares about wildlife. By respecting and supporting the lives of these animals you may find that the life you change will be your own, and those of your children and their children.
Phoenix Wildlife Director Kathy Woods started her wildlife rehabilitation career many years ago when she began rescuing baby and injured songbirds. As her interest grew, so did her education and experience and in 2000 she built her clinic for birds and mammals in the lower level of her Phoenix home.
Kathy has run her organization with the help of a dedicated group of volunteers who donate their time to helping rescue, rehabilitate and return these animals to the wild. Most of the money raised over the years has come from donors who have brought animals to us, those who don’t ignore the plight of an animal in distress, but instead search out those who can help. But now we need YOU to make our new center a reality.
Our Goal $275,000
Phase 1 of our plan includes completely renovating the existing farmhouse and barn and adding outdoor enclosures for mammals and waterfowl. Because of early donations to the Campaign we have been able to add a new roof to the barn and build a brand new raptor mews.
Total Renovation Cost $187,000
The farmhouse has been abandoned for over 20 years, and is in need of extensive renovation, including updating all the systems. We have already received many donations of cabinets, furniture and appliances, however, we still need money to restore the house to accommodate our patients. We will have 5 rooms, a kitchen, and a surgery. Would you be interested in funding one of those critical rooms?
House $187,000 FUNDED!!
Raptor Mews $38,000 COMPLETED!
Outdoor Enclosures: $25,000
Supply Shed: $4,900 (funded)
Things are moving along at the new site! Check out these before/after pictures of the farmhouse!
Total Renovation Cost $16,400
Thanks to early donors, the barn has a new roof which cost $8,400. It still needs new stairs and landing to the upper story, new concrete floor and new windows. Future plans for the barn include two possible transition cages for a quarantine area and a learning center to train wildlife first responders in the safe handling and transport of wildlife, as well as educational programs. Estimated cost to complete: $8,000
Total Renovation Cost $25,000
As our patients mature, they are moved from indoor incubators to outside enclosures as the next step before release. We will create predator-safe enclosures for our recovering mammals, songbirds and waterfowl.
Total Renovation Cost $38,000
We are excited to announce that our raptor mews is complete. We now have a large interim place for our raptors who have recovered enough to be moved from their indoor cages but are not yet ready for release.
Phoenix Wildlife Center is a 501(c)3 tax exempt, non-profit organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
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