We have been at our location for 6 years. During this time we have seen tremendous growth in Indian Trail. We are also growing ourselves! We have outgrown our existing facility and the town has closed in around us. We have new developments going in and new bypass that is going to make it harder and harder for us to operate and release animals safely.
but wait, there is more! We want to do SO MUCH MORE! We have identified a new place that will not only allow us to continue our current operations but also include:
Open to public for tours
Expanded rescue farm to learn about the plight of farmed animals
Do programs for scouts, schools and other groups
Gift shop for future sustainability
Adoptions center to expedite animals going into new homes. You will be able to visit domestic animals you have brought in as well as visit and identify animals for adoption.
We have big plans to not only educate the community but offer opportunities to engage with animals in a fun and interactive way.
Expand out wildlife rehabilitation program.
We can only accomplish this with your generous support. Our goal of $150,000 is to pay the downpayment on the new property. We have an amazing donor willing to match the first $25,000 but the offer has a time limit so we must act fast in order to take advantage of this offer.
Donors contributing to this campaign will receive:
$10 donations you get a CWR decal
$25 donations gets you 4 tour passes
$100 donations gets donor recognition on the new barn and 4 passes for a private tour
$1000 donation gets donor recognition inside the building and invite to special sneak preview party. Also includes 4 passes for a private tour that can be used or given away.
We are also accepting corporate sponsorships for aviaries and other buildings. If you'd like to donate more than $1000 please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are excited about our new project and for opening a top notch facility for rescue animals in a county where they are not many resources for animals. Can you join us by making a donation today?