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Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation | Impact Ambassador Program

Vancouver, BC

HealthEnvironmentAnimalsEducation and researchOutreach and welfare

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With so many animal welfare organizations out there, how do you choose which to support? Count on me to help.

The Group’s Purpose

The cause I am championing is animal welfare, more specifically wildlife conservation. An expanding human demand on land, sea and fresh water, along with the impacts of climate change, have made the conservation and management of wild areas and wildlife top priority. The conservation and preservation of species biodiversity is imperative for the survival of native wild animals. These organizations I support are not only providing rescue, medical care and rehabilitation to wild animals they also provide education which is an integral part of the steps needed to insure we have these wild species for many generations to come. While over the last few years we have seen a increase in societal concern for animal welfare, these organizations still struggle to cover cost, I believe in part due to the sheer number of animal welfare organizations available today, that is why I have partnered with Charitable Impact to help donors find the animal welfare and wildlife conservation charities who are doing the work we so desperately need.

How to Help

Give to this Impact Portfolio and know that your gifts are being sent to the charities making the most impact in providing innovative & urgent solutions for animal welfare and wildlife rehabilitation.

I will be sending any gifts made to my Impact Portfolio to the following charities:

1. Critter Care Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

2. South Okanagan Raptors Rehabilitation Centre

3. Wild Things Rehabilitation Society - website coming soon

About the Organizers

Sydney has a background in animal nursing, specifically in the field of surgical nursing and diagnostic imaging, now turned wildlife conservationist. She has over 10 years experience in the veterinary field and has volunteered countless hours over the same time frame with various wildlife organizations across BC. She is a charitable entrepreneur herself, and will be opening her own wildlife rehabilitation center in the Okanagan as she saw the immense need for wildlife management and preservation in her own community. She has worked first-hand with each of the organizations she will be supporting with this fund and is committed to bringing positive change in her province by inspiring action both locally and globally.

Check out my Instagram here: @wildthingsrehab