Ways to Give

WILD CARE accepts thousands of injured, ill and orphaned native wild animals for rehabilitative care and release back to the wild. We exist to help wildlife and only with your support, can we make this possible! A donation of any size will help. We can’t thank you enough for your support!

All donations are tax deductible. WILD CARE, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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Make a One-Time Donation

To make a one-time online donation through PayPal, please click here or on the button below.

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Credit card donations can also be accepted over the phone by calling our Office Manager Cristalyn Searles 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

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Support Wild Care Year-Round
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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If you need assistance, contact our Office Manager Cristalyn Searles directly at 508-240-2255. Thank you for providing ongoing support to help wild animals!

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Support Wild Care When
You Shop on Amazon Smile

Whenever you shop on Amazon Smile, a small portion of your order is donated back to Wild Care.  Please click the button below to default Wild Care as your charitable organization of choice!

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In Memory of Quackers

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Quackers’s story began in 2008 when he came to Wild Care near death after being discovered in a rescuer’s driveway. Quackers was a domestic Indian Runner Duck, and since he was not a wild animal, Wild Care took him in as a foster duck after fully treating him. He soon became the mascot of Wild Care. He was inquisitive, friendly, funny, quirky – all in all, a very memorable duck. He was the “foster dad” to many orphaned ducklings, cygnets and goslings. No matter what creature you were, Quackers put a smile on your face! In great sadness, our beloved Quackers passed away peacefully at Wild Care on November 4, 2015. Quackers was approximately 8 years old, which is an average life expectancy for his breed.

In Quacker’s memory, Wild Care has set up a memorial fund. Donations will go toward continuing the care of Quacker’s friend Daffy, who still resides at Wild Care, and all the other thousands of animals Wild Care treats each year. To donate to Quacker’s Memorial Fund, please click here or the button below.

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Thank you to the entire Wild Care family, friends and supporters for loving our adored Quackers!

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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!

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Sponsor the Orphans (Champion Donation) $1,000

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Sponsor a Loon (Benefactor Donation) $500

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Sponsor an Osprey (Patron Donation) $100

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Sponsor a Turtle $50

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Sponsor a Rabbit $35

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If you find an animal in
distress, please call us at:

508-240-2255

Our helpline and our facility
are open EVERY DAY from
9:00am-5:00pm.
We are located at the
Eastham rotary.

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DID YOU KNOW??

Wild Care has a state-of-the-art seabird therapy pool, which allows seabirds and waterfowl to exercise on running water. This will help our bird friends recover more quickly so they can get back to their watery habitats!