Ziggy’s Tree Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is operated and funded entirely with volunteers and private donations. We receive no government funding to help us offset the growing costs of providing food and supplies to our animals. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit so all donations are tax deductible.
We do not charge a fee for services. If you would like to make a donation, we gladly welcome your support! In fact, we absolutely depend on public support to perform the overwhelming load of rehabilitation and free education services for the community.
There are several ways to support Ziggy’s Tree:
⬤ Join Ziggy’s Tree Membership
Members receive our quarterly newsletter, available by e-mail or hard copy. Click here to download a membership application.
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Use Ziggy’s Tree’s unique AmazonSmile link, http://smile.amazon.com/ch/20-3063896, when you shop at Amazon, and Ziggy’s Tree will receive 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases. Bookmark and use Ziggy’s Tree’s AmazonSmile link, so you don’t accidentally shop at www.amazon.com. Only purchases made at smile.amazon.com are eligible for donations.
⬤ Kroger Community Rewards®
Please consider making us your charity of choice in the Kroger Community Rewards® Program. It’s really easy to sign up. Login in to kroger.com/communityrewards and select Ziggy’s Tree as your charity. Each time you shop and swipe your rewards card, Kroger donates money to us. And you still get your discounts and gas points – it’s a win/win situation for all of us.
Don’t just find the best shopping deals online; donate to Ziggy’s Tree at the same time. Click here to get started.
⬤ Our Wish List
• Gift cards (grocery store, Lowe’s, Home Depot, Tractor Supply)
• Projector for laptop
• Heating Pads (without automatic shut-off)
• 24 in. and 36 in. bungee cords
• Laundry Detergent
• Nuts (pecans, walnuts, acorns)
• Vegetables (broccoli, carrots, kale, sweet potatoes, zucchini)
• Paper Towels
• Facial Tissues
• Reptariums (any size)
⬤ Volunteer to Help
Are you interested in learning how to care for injured and orphaned wildlife? Our greatest need for volunteers is during baby season. Our mammal baby season is most intense February through April and again from July through September, while our songbird season runs April through September. Learn more at our “Willing to Volunteer?” page.
⬤ Like Us on Facebook
Check out our Facebook account here.