Ways To Help
Looking for ways to help your local wildlife?
- Go to chewy.com
- Click on “give back” located on the top blue banner
- Click on “Shop Wish List”
- Enter “Sierra Wildlife Rescue” in the Search by Shelter Name and click on “Search”
- Sierra Wildlife Rescue Center will appear, click on it and then you can explore the items that would greatly help us care for the animals and birds during their rehabilitation process.
- You purchase and Chewy delivers to us!
Join Sierra Wildlife Rescue!
Holiday Market Rewards Card/Wow Points
When you’re shopping at a Holiday Market, ask your cashier to sign you up for rewards. It’s done right there at the register! After that, you can ask for your points to be credited to Sierra Wildlife Rescue at any time.
Donations of any size help local wildlife.
Leaving a legacy donation in your will or trust is a powerful way to personally make a lasting impact on the wildlife of El Dorado County. By including a charitable gift to Sierra Wildlife Rescue, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, in your estate plan, you can ensure that your values and beliefs continue to be supported even after you are gone. Legacy gifts can take many forms, such as a specific dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, or even a specific asset, such as land or a vehicle. Not only will these legacy gifts help support our wildlife, but they can also provide tax benefits for your estate. By leaving a legacy donation in your will or trust, you can leave a lasting impact and ensure a better future for the wildlife in our area for generations to come.
Example of a language you can use in your estate planning: My [Executor (or) Trustee] shall distribute [the sum of $______ (or) ______% of the residue of my estate] outright to Sierra Wildlife Rescue, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Tax I.D. #68-0259827, current address P.O. Box 2127, Placerville, CA 95667. The intent of this gift is to be used, in the discretion of the organization, to further its general purposes.
**This is not intended to constitute legal advice and potential donors are strongly advised to seek independent professional advice.