The only way Urban Wildlife Rescue can exist is through the generosity of others. There are a great number of people in the surrounding communities
that care about the wildlife and preserving the natural habitats of the region.
We receive numerous donations, anywhere from individuals to fortune 500 companies. The animals have been graced with food, blankets and towels,
cages, toys, and many more items to ensure their survival. Urban Wildlife Rescue has been blessed in receiving numerous things we need to
assist the wildlife in the most productive, life-saving manner. In the 10 years or so that we have operated, we have been given such things
as a Mazda truck named Blossom, office material, and medical supplies.
Below, you will find some of the companies that graciously support the wildlife. Please, in return, give them your patronage and support
businesses that truly care about this "wildly" important issue of ensuring the future of our wildlife.
Monica Petersdorf collects fresh fruits and vegetables from different sources and then gives them to
wildlife rehabilitators. Monica has to carry the heavy boxes up one long flight of stairs to her apartment. The boxes
are kept in her living room until the donations are picked up. She goes to a great deal of trouble for the animals and it is much appreciated.
Trish Phillips receives donations from a local hospital and spends hours each week separating and distributing those
items to several rehabilitators in the area. She is a guardian angel to the wildlife.
Max Fund has shared food that was donated to them. As they had plenty, they offered the food to UWR and other
rehabilitators. They are wonderful.
Adoption Option has donated filing cabinets and a huge shelf. These items are very much needed.
J. D. Edwards Company donated an executive desk valued at $1,800. It's made of solid wood, has thick
glass on top for protection and is enormous and absolutely beautiful!
Peaberry Coffee donated 350 pounds of granola. It was flavored with blueberries, raisins, almonds and cashews.
The wildlife loves it so much that there's never even a morsel left.