Double your $10 gift and help save a wildlife center in Zimbabwe today.
“Could you help us?”
With so much need this is a frequently asked question.
Although we’d love to assist every time, being a small organization its simply not possible to help all people helping wildlife.
So what was different this time?
After all I generally follow and observe for a while. Get more information. Do a bit of digging and asking around.
However, when Baye Pigors with “Free to be Wild” in Zimbabwe sent out her S.O.S. I immediately wanted to jump in.
She is about to lose the property her wildlife rescue center calls home!
Can you imagine you’re motoring along focusing on healing and caring for the wild animals and birds in your center when you get the word, “buy or move“?
It’s not like you have thousands of dollars stuffed away in your mattress. Or if you do, its to feed the many hungry mouths depending on you.
Plus, you ever tried moving wild animals? It certainly isn’t like putting your pet dog or cat in their carrier for a trip across town.
Add to that, you’re the only center of its kind in the area and what’s going to happen to all those other wild animals and birds who may need your help?
Baye’s “Free to be Wild” center plays a key role in the preservation of primates and many lesser known species, or seemingly less important species, like Kudu, Impala, Warthogs and such. Baye is no respecter of ‘persons’ and opens her center to those in need of help.
I feel her anguish and appreciate how much she does for the primates and big and small wild creatures… Where is $30,000 going to come from?
There is a solution.
(Tenacious wildlife conservationists always seem to find one!)
Baye is not going down without a fight. She is reaching out to all who care and invites you to make a donation. Right now you can double that $10 gift and make it $20 during our matching challenge.
Go grab that change and click on the giraffe below.
[100% of your gift goes to help save the wildlife center]
Hurry, applies to the first $500 donated.