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What your


make possible!

Donations are a vital part of the rescue and rehabilitation of wildlife. The majority of the rehabbers are volunteers, so having the financial assistance of others is what makes it possible for them to help our Sacred Friends. At times, the rehabbers might have a specific need in mind when they are running a fundraiser, but there is always a need for donations because there is a constant need for rehabbers. Here is a list of what Sacred Friends uses funds for on a regular basis. 

  • Food

    • Each species has its own dietary requirements, but there are also specific requirements for individuals who are injured or ill. Having your support is so important for us to properly nourish these animals, no matter the circumstance.

  • Shelter

    • We can only take in animals that we can properly house, so your contributions are vital for us to have the ability to shelter multiple species with a multitude of issues.

    • Animals must be quarantined when they first arrive so any illness they might have doesn't spread through the population. Donations are vital to each rescue to ensure they have a proper holding area for each species to wait out their quarantine properly.

  • Bedding/Nesting Materials

    • Your contributions ensure these rescued animals will never have to suffer in dirty enclosures while they're rehabilitating. Species-specific bedding/nesting supplies are a vital part of getting these wild animals through their trauma with the best chance for their future, and making them comfortable goes a long way in relieving stress.

  • Medical Supplies

    • Medications, First Aid Supplies, and Medical Equipment are all vital pieces of a rehabber's supply list that are only available thanks to the charitable donations from people like you.

  • Specialists

    • Rehabbers are trained in the diagnosis and treatment of the most common reasons for an animal's rescue, but it's not always simple. There are times when a specialist is needed to diagnose and/or treat the animal, then create a treatment outline for the rehabber to follow 

  • Continued Education for the Rehabbers

    • To ensure they are always up to date on the latest tools and techniques used in the medical field to diagnose, treat, and prevent illness and injury in wildlife

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