We offer a variety of naming opportunities, which are meaningful and long-lasting gifts for the animal lover in your life or simply to show you care. Gifts of $5,000 or more include membership to the Think Wild Founder's Circle.
If interested, please contact Sally Compton at (541) 933-5437 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
WILDLIFE REHABILITATION SANCTUARIES
We are offering naming opportunities for the wildlife rehabilitation enclosures necessary to open the wildlife hospital. There are multiple levels of sponsorship, and plaques can include a quote, loving message or name.
Thanks to a generous matching grant for the sanctuary, your donation will have double the impact.
There are multiple naming opportunities:
$50,000 Raptor Flight Enclosure
$30,000 Large Mammal (bobcats, skunks, beaver) Enclosure
$15,000 Small Mammal (weasels, foxes, porcupine, badger) Enclosure
$12,000 Raccoon Enclosure
$7,500 Bat Enclosure
$5,000 Corvid Enclosure
$5,000 Songbird Enclosure
Committed by Thomas Laidlaw - One More Available
$2,500 Squirrel Enclosure
$1,000 Raptor Hutch
$1,000 Hummingbird Enclosure
Gifts of $15,000 or more may be pledged over three years. Sponsorships last for the duration of the structure.
WILDLIFE HOSPITAL DONOR BOARDS
Please consider donating to support our wildlife hospital operations. Any gift of $2,500 or over will receive permanent onsite recognition in the chosen hospital treatment room on a donor board.
This recognition can be for an individual, business or on behalf of a loved one.
$5,000 Hospital Surgery and Treatment Room
The Surgery and Treatment Room is the first step for all animal patients for an initial exam. This is where we also do all lab diagnostics, surgery and vaccinations, as well as educational workshops and volunteer training.
Committed by Otter Cove Fund - More Available
$5,000 X-Ray Diagnostics
We have a separate room for X-ray diagnostics thanks to the donation of a digital portable x-ray system!
$5,000 Hospital Main Intake Room
The Main Intake Room is the entrance to the wildlife hospital, where wildlife rescuers can drop off an injured or orphaned animal.
$2,500 Hospital Baby Mammal Treatment Room
The Baby Mammal Treatment Room is where all baby mammals are rehabilitated prior to moving outside to the conditioning enclosures.
$2,500 Hospital Songbird Treatment Room
The Songbird Treatment Room is where all songbirds are rehabilitated prior to moving outside to the conditioning enclosures.
$2,500 Hospital Critical Care Unit
The Critical Care Unit, ICU, is where patients needing isolation and critical care are held.
Committed by Judy Campuzano - More Available
$1,000 Wildlife Kitchen
The Wildlife Kitchen is where we do all diet preparation for all of the animals in our care.