Sunday, May 19, 2024 from 3:00-6:00 PM at Oregon Spirit Distillers

Oregon Spirit Distillers


Join Think Wild at Oregon Spirit Distillers in Bend between 3 and 6 PM to help your local wildlife hospital raise funds & supplies to care for injured and orphaned native wildlife in need this baby season! This event is free to attend and family friendly. 

Bring a cash donation or any of the supplies listed below, and enjoy live music, food, raffles, and a silent auction. $2 of every cocktail purchase will support Think Wild. You can also get involved remotely by ordering supplies directly to the address below or making an online donation.

Thank you to our event sponsors!

Media Sponsors

Supply Drive Items: Purchase now and bring to Oregon Spirit Distillers on May 19!

You can also mail the products directly to 62410 Erickson Road, Bend, OR 97701

Donate online: Donate to our online fundraiser or mail check to PO Box 5093 Bend OR 97708

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Naming Opportunities:

Listed of Items Need for Donation

We Need Event Sponsors!

Sponsorship levels range from $500 to $4,000 and include the following benefits:

  • Recognition on social media, newsletter. (5,500 recipients), website, etc.
  • Company name and logo included on 2,000 mailed invitations and all event promotions
  • Help support wildlife education, conservation and rescue in Central Oregon

Click the link below for more info or contact [email protected] or (541) 933 5437 to sponsor.

Silent Auction and Raffle Items Donated by:

Baby Season 101

Spring and summer are full of baby wildlife. Here are some tips for baby season:

  • It is common for some baby wildlife to be left alone while the parent hunts or forages. Do not assume a baby animal is orphaned just because they are alone - wait to see if the parent returns.
  • If you find a baby bird on the ground, look for the parents or a nest to safely return it to. Sometimes they fall on the ground while fledging or in a storm.
  • If you find a baby mammal, leave them be while you wait for a parent from a distance. If in danger, you can move the baby to a safer location wearing gloves.
  • Do not feed baby wildlife. Improper diet lacks necessary nutrition and can be lethal to the animal.
  • If you suspect an animal is injured or orphaned, or have any questions about wildlife, call or text Think Wild's wildlife hotline: (541) 241-8680