We are Southern Arizona’s only state-of-the-art wildlife hospital running 24/7, 365 days a year.
We are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of Southern Arizona’s injured or orphaned wildlife.
For Help or Emergencies, please call us at 520-290-9453 (520-290-WILD)
Our Annual Benefit Dinner is Almost Here!
Save the Date! Sunday, March 3rd from 4:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Skyline Country Club.
Tucson Wildlife Center’s annual benefit dinner is right around the corner! With operation costs for the Center reaching over $1,000 a day for rescues, medical treatment, care, feeding, rehabilitation and release of over 3,000 of Southern Arizona’s wild animals a year, the Center relies on your support.
For this years silent auction, TWC is seeking exciting items with a minimum of a $250 value.
- Fine jewelry
- Vintage jewelry
- Bronze sculptures
- Out-of-town hotel stays
- Fine art (will be juried – please send a jpg and description to email@example.com)
- Golf and outdoor activities
Donations are also needed for the live auction including:
- Stays at second homes
- Unique catered dinners or dining experiences
- Tickets to upscale events
- High-end memorabilia
Auction items need to be received before January 31st, 2019
We also have sponsorship opportunities available. Individual tickets are $175/each.
We are pleased to announce that this year’s benefit honoree is local artist and philanthropist, Diana Madaras.
To donate an auction item, click here: AuctionItem
or download this form: Auction Donation Form
contact Auction Chair, Alex Master-Judge, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 520-203-4426
To purchase tickets or make a donation, click here: TicketsOrDonations
or download this form: Ticket Form
or contact Sarah Crawford, email@example.com or call 520-290-WILD(9453)
To place a congratulatory ad, click here: Advertisement
or download this form: Advertising Form
or contact Sarah Crawford, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact Julee Dawson, juleeMDawson@aol.com or call 520-808-8558
Be involved. Rescue.
We are always seeking help from the public to achieve our mission of saving every life we get. From donations to event planning to volunteering, we are grateful for aid from the Southern Arizona community.
Donate to the Center.
We greatly appreciate any donation from the community. We hope to reach our goal in order to expand the hospital to help more animals and teach the community about rescuing wildlife.
We want the Southern Arizona community to know as much of our mission as possible. We allow guided tours of the facility by appointment only and will give educational talks at your institution. For information on our community outreach, please