Turn Your Holiday Shopping Into A Fundraiser for Wolves
Feeling Thankful. We have a lot to be thankful for, especially the support we get from you. We know that you are probably inundated with requests for donations at this time of year. Naturally we deeply appreciate contributions of any size at any time, but we wanted to let you know that there are many ways you can help the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) this holiday season!
Giving Tuesday is December 2nd! Thanks to a generous matching grant from the Toscano family, all donations made to the WCC on Tuesday (or dated December 2) will be matched up to $15,000! Thank you, Toscanos! Learn more.
Adopt a Wolf – Reward nature lovers on your list by “adopting” one of our wolves or purchasing unique gifts or clothing from our online shop.
We’re big fans of supporting local small businesses, but if you shop online via amazon.com, please consider using AmazonSmile, which lets you select a nonprofit organization, such as the WCC, to receive a percentage of your purchase price (prices and selection are exactly the same and you can change the nonprofit that benefits whenever you like). It’s simple to signup and use.
If there are any dogs on your list, BarkBox donates a percentage to the WCC when you purchase any of their awesome doggie gift boxes and use coupon code WOLF1BBX1 at checkout.
Send a WCC holiday E-Card!
Visit us on ebay to see if we have any unique items for sale or auction!
Naturally we are extremely appreciative of any donations, but you can also help our wolves out with something off our Amazon “wish list”. (or if you’ve signed up for AmazonSmile, just search for “wolf conservation wish list” after going to the home page)
Throwing any electronic equipment out? You can help the WCC by recycling it through theCollecting for Carnivores program.
Make the world a better place: You can help us continue our mission in non-financial ways too: Spread the word about the WCC and the importance of wolves in their ecosystems. Follow us on social media so you can keep up to date with the latest developments at the WCC and in the world of wolves.
Volunteer with a local non-profit, help out a friend or neighbor in need, or perform a community clean-up – a kinder world is a better world for wolves and for all of us! Above all, be safe and have a happy holiday season and New Year!