Tucson Wildlife Center

Rescue | Rehab | Release (520) 290-9453

Ways to Support

We need your help!

Our services are free to the public. We appreciate any help that we can obtain  from the Southern Arizona community. Discover  the  various  ways  you  may  support the Tucson Wildlife Center.IMG_8159

Many of the wild animals that arrive at our rehabilitation center have injuries that go beyond basic care. 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.  If you have a special purpose for your donation, please let us know.

Your donations can provide care for one injured animal, feedings for a coyote pup for a week, or the rehabilitation of a family of raccoons.

Government Employee Giving

For government employees, donations can be accepted through payroll. Federal employees need CFC code 71440. City of Tucson and Pima County employees need donor code 2136.


Donations help us provide the best medical care possible. If you have questions or would like to make a donation or inquire about sponsorship, please email our development team at development@tucsonwildlife.com.04 April

Sponsor a rescue

Become a Monthly Donor

Support the Center with a monthly donation:

Donation Options

Support While You Shop

You can also support us by making purchases on Amazon thru Amazon Smile,and selecting Tucson Wildlife Center for your Charity

Donate via PayPal

bricksDedication Bricks

Dedication bricks are a way to imprint your love of animals at TWC.For $150.00, Order a special brick that will be placed at the Sam Goldman Wildlife Hospital. To order a  brick, please fill out the form and submit to our Development Team.


  • Brick Inscription; Maximum of 3 lines of 18 characters, including spaces

Volunteer and Employment

We are always looking for help at the center. Our team of staff and volunteers love to work here and take pride in the duties. Email admin@tucsonwildlife.com for employment opportunities.

Click here to apply to be a volunteer.

Sponsor a Rescue

Some of the animals that we rescue are unable to be released back into the wild environment. We appreciate the support we receive from the community to house these animals. For more information on sponsoring one of our permanent rescues, click the link below.


inkindIn-kind Donations

We are grateful for the items that the community can give our facility.  Some items that we need include office supplies, peanuts (unsalted), kitty litter, laundry soap, and frozen chicken.  Please call our facility if you have items you think we can use.

*Wish List*

We at Tucson Wildlife Center relay on generous donations to help us make our day to day operations run smoothly. Below is a current list of items we are in need of.

  • Copier paper
  • Grocery store gift cards
  • Gas cards (for rescue team)
  • White, unscented tissues
  • White paper towels
  •  Sponges and brushes
  • Scent and dye-free laundry detergent
  • Exam gloves, all sizes
  • Freezer Ziplock bags (one gallon and quart size)
  • Trash bags (33 gallon and 13 gallon white kitchen)
  • Kitchen shears
  • Bleach
  • Dawn dish soap
  • Bone-in chicken thighs
  • Toilet paper
  • Seasonal vegetables (needed in spring and summer) greens, potatoes, berries, oranges, apples,  carrots
  • Distilled water (for the incubators)
  • Distilled white vinegar
  • Unscented kitty litter
  • Postage stamps

For help and emergencies, please immediately call our 24/7 helpline at (520) 290-9453.

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