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We don't want to protect the environment. We want to create a world where the environment doesn't need protecting.




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Wild Spirit Education is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. As such we depend upon donations from the general public to help us continue to serve the WNY region with our environmental education programs, citizen science and research.

If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to support our mission of education please click here.

 

 

Sponsor an Animal

If you would like to sponsor one of our educational animals, please click here.

 

Adopt-A-School

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Sponsor a classroom program! With school budgets getting cut on a regular basis, some schools can't afford to have Wild Spirit come into their classroom and enlighten their students to the wonders of the natural world. Help us create more young nature lovers by sponsoring a school program. Depending upon the program, sponsorship  costs between $100 and $175. You get to pick the school of your choice or we will choose a school that needs the help.

 

To Adopt a school, click one of the "Donate" buttons below. When you are redirected to the Paypal page, enter the school of your choice and the program you would like us to present in the notes field. We will contact you shortly to discuss the programs further with you.

 

General Program $125

 

Bird of Prey Program $200

 

Other Donation Amount


Volunteer Opportunities

Wild Spirit depends on our volunteers for a variety of help. From performing programs to Center maintenance to office work and research, there are plenty of opportunities. To sign up as a volunteer fill out the form here.


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View our annual report here.


Wild Spirit Education, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to enlightening others to the wonders of the natural world through conservation, preservation and environmental education.