WHO WE HELP
The support and generosity of our HEROES make it possible to assist Wildlife Centres across North America who are struggling.
Below you will find links and information for some of the Wildlife centres HEROES 4 Wildlife has helped, with the amazing support of our sponsors and volunteers.
JUST A FEW ORGANIZATION WE HAVE HELPED
Rescue Chow is a Pet Food Bank initiative for Durham Region. We assist with feeding pets, to keep pets in their homes, and not surrendered by their owners, which often happens when owners can't afford to feed them.
Procyon Wildlife is dedicated to working with our communities in an effort to help wild animals in need of care. Our goals are to rescue, rehabilitate and safely release these animals, and to promote public appreciation for wildlife preservation.
The NWC aims to be a Centre of Excellence for conservation, wildlife clinical research, wildlife medicine, training, and education. A platform for training future wildlife custodians, responders, conservation and wildlife biologists, rescue staff and veterinarians in native wildlife issues.
NATIONAL WILDLIFE CENTRE
THE OWL FOUNDATION
The Owl Foundation is a registered Canadian charitable organization that helps wild Canadian owls and other raptors that are injured or orphaned. The Foundation operates a rehabilitation centre located in the Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada.
Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue is in Clarington Ontario and is licensed by the Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry and Canadian Wildlife Services to rescue, rehabilitate and release sick, injured, abandoned and orphaned wildlife.
DESTINED TO FLY
Specializing in caring for native baby birds and songbirds, since 2005. Licensed Provincially by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Federally by Canadian Wildlife Open May to September.
Another Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation is dedicated to Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Release of injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife and educating the public on co-existing with our native species.
We rescue, rehabilitate & release orphaned, ill & injured native wildlife. We are also available to assist the public with any wildlife issues, concerns & when to intervene. We receive no financial assistance from the government. We are all volunteers.