Sponsor A Release
Sponsor the Release of a Rescued Animal
For a unique and meaningful way to mark an occasion, celebrate someone special, important milestone, or honor the memory of a loved one, consider sponsoring the release of a rescued animal. Your gift helps provide care for native wildlife here on Cape Cod. You will receive a digital photo, details about the rescued animal, and video of their return to the wild. Your sponsorship will be posted on our Facebook page on a date of your choosing.
Please include the following information with your request:
• Is this a gift? Name of recipient.
• Occasion if any
• Date requested for social media post of your sponsored animal
video, story, and sponsorship acknowledgement
Your donation of $200 or more helps with medical expenses, sanitation, food and housing for animal patients in our care. Please use the link below to make your donation using PayPal or credit card.
Checks can be made out to: Wild Care, and mailed to:
Wild Care, Memo: Release Sponsorship, 10 Smith Lane, Eastham, MA 02642
To find out more or to request an animal release sponsorship
please email Stephanie or call 508-240-2255 to leave a message.
Samples of Video Release Sponsorships:
Samples of Social Media Post for Release Sponsorships:
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