The Tucson Wildlife Center counts on your donations in order to continue critical services. If you can help us with any of the following items, please contact us.
Our biggest need and hardest to find are safe release land sites. We would prefer a site close to Tucson, however the site must be remote from people, not hunted, and near a water source. Please call 520-290-9453 (WILD).
What your donations provide:
- $25 provides food for one hawk or owl for one week.
- $50 pays for initial triage and care for one injured animal.
- $100 feeds one coyote pup for one month.
- $500 rehabs a family of orphaned newborn raccoons.
Secure Credit Card Donations
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To setup an automatic recurring monthly donation, select a Donation Option amount and then click the Donate button: Thank you for your countinous support of the daily care of our injured and orphaned wild animals.
Donations are tax deductible. Tax ID# 86-1001344
Our mailing address is:
Tucson Wildlife Center
PO Box 18320
Tucson, AZ 85731
We at the Tucson Wildlife Center hope you will join a growing number of individuals that have contributed to the well-being of our orphaned and injured animals. Through your support, you play an important role in providing the critical services needed for Arizona’s less fortunate wildlife.
Many of the wild animals that arrive at our rehabilitation center have injuries that go beyond what a regular person could take care of. These animals need intensive care and attention that only a trained and licensed rehabilitator can provide. A wildlife rehabilitator must acquire sufficient permits, use up-to-date equipment, find sources of funding, coordinate volunteers, and be continuously researching new techniques involving capture, rehabilitation, and release.
Because of the costs associated with treating wildlife, we are asking for your donations so you can help us provide the best care possible for the animals.
The Tucson Wildlife Center is a reputable non-profit organization. Use the Arizona Secretary of State Charity Search Page to verify our status.
Government Employees – Donate Through United Way
Our Center has been accepted to be a member of the Employees Combined Appeals Program (ECAP) for City, County and Federal employees. The purpose of this program is to give government employees a tax deductible solution for donating to the charity of their choice. For information on how to donate please contact your Human Resources department, or United Way representative at: