Ways to Give
Sponsor An Animal.
Wild Care’s patients have no means to pay for their own care. Less than 18% of rescuers arriving with an animal make a donation. Sponsor an animal’s recovery today!
Make a One-Time Donation Today.
To make a one-time online donation through PayPal or with a credit card,
please click here or on the “Make a One-Time Donation Today” button (above).
Support Wild Care as your Charity of Choice via PayPal.
Wild Care is now a featured charitable organization with PayPal! When making a donation through your personal PayPal account, visit “Support A Charity”, or “Make an Impact”. We are listed under “Wild Care, Inc.”
Credit Card Donations via Phone
Credit card donations can also be accepted over the phone by calling our Office Administrator Kerry Reid at 508-240-2255. You may also download our mail-in donation form by clicking either link below.
Donation Form – Microsoft Word
Donation Form – Adobe PDF
Please make checks payable to and mail your donation to:
Wild Care, Inc.
10 Smith Lane
Eastham, MA 02642
For questions, contact Kerry, at [email protected].
Make A Monthly Gift
Your support helps us save lives every day. Please consider supporting Wild Care year-round by making an automatic recurring monthly donation that is secure and easy. To donate automatically each month online through PayPal, please select your monthly payment amount. Then click the “Subscribe” button.
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