Any time of year, donors have several options with donating to NWRA:
1) Donate through PayPal on this Donate Now page.
2) Mail donations to: NWRA; 2625 Clearwater Road, Suite 110; St. Cloud, MN 56301.
3) Purchase an item from the NWRA Wish List and send to the address above.
4) If you are interested in exploring other giving opportunities, call NWRA's Central Office at (320) 230-9920.
5) NWRA also accepts donations through GiveMN.org.
Every donation, regardless of size, is used to provide more educational material and training to ensure qualified wildlife rehabilitators are available to care for wildlife in need; learn how NWRA improves wildlife care.
Financial information about the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association may be obtained by contacting us at 2625 Clearwater Road, Suite 110, St. Cloud, MN 56301, by calling (320) 230-9920, or as stated below. Illinois: Contracts and reports regarding the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association are on file with the Illinois Attorney General, Maryland: For the cost of postage and copying, documents and information filed under the Maryland charitable organization laws can be obtained from the Secretary of State, Charitable Division, State House, Annapolis, MD 21401. Pennsylvania: The official registration and financial information of the National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1 (800) 732-0999. Registration does not imply endrosement. Washington: The notice of solicitation required by the State Office of Consumer Affairs is on file with Washington Secretary of State, and information relating to financial affairs of National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association is available from the Secretary of State, and the toll-free number for Washington residents: 800-332-4483.
Join the 30-Something Club!
Help NWRA celebrate its 30-year anniversary in 2012 by becoming a donor in the 30-Something Club! Your support ensures NWRA continues to provide specialized training for wildlife rehabilitators that benefits the wild creatures in their care.