How To Help
It takes many dedicated people to keep Sarvey Wildlife’s doors open. Here are a few ways you could be one of those people.
Sarvey Wildlife has an average of 100 volunteers who come in on a weekly basis. They help clean and feed all of our wildlife patients. As well as keep the center in clean, working order by doing dishes, laundry and general clean up. To get additional information and how to find a shift that works for you click on the volunteer info button.
This is for people who are only available during the summer months. It is slightly different, but the work is all the same. The difference: the shifts are six hours long and there are only 13 or so positions. These volunteers will help fill the expanded need for people during our busiest baby season months. It is 10-12 weeks over the summer months of June, July, August and September.
Financial volunteers are generous people who help support Sarvey Wildlife through yearly or monthly donations. Giving even a one time donation is an enormous help. By donating as little as $15 every month, you can make a difference to the wild animals in need of care.
Monthly work party
The monthly work party is just what it sounds like. On the third Saturday of every month we invite people to come and help out with whatever project we are working on. This includes weeding, painting, flight construction, stuffing newsletters and many other things that help keep our center in operating order. This is an option for people who are unable to make a weekly commitment but who would still like to contribute. There is no animal contact as there is no training or commitment needed. Work party volunteers must still need to be a minimum of 14 years old to participate. Please contact our volunteer coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to RSVP.
There are many items that Sarvey Wildlife uses on a daily basis. Most can be found at your local grocery store. These items help care for and feed our wild animal patients and free up funds for other expenses. In addition to the day to day items listed on our everyday donation wish list, we are also in need of meats. We need any meat that is not salted or seasoned, not freezer burnt, and not pork. So when you clean out your freezer and find the turkey you got such a good deal on, or the left over fish from last year’s trip, think of donating it to us. Our animals will love the mix up of food and it goes to a good use instead of the trash.