3rd Annual Winter Party for Wildlife – Virtual Gala – December 5, 2020 @ 2pm-4pm CT

Our annual Winter Party for Wildlife gives our supporters a behind-the-scenes look at everything we do at All Things Wild Rehabilitation and provides a sneak peek at our big projects for the upcoming year.

This year, due to the pandemic, we decided it was best to take the party online for the safety of our supporters, but it also gives us a unique chance to bring up close some fun and exciting activities with our ambassador animals.

  • Virtual tour of our rehabilitation center
  • Education presentations on native wildlife
  • Animal Ambassadors opening their gifts
  • Drawings for raffle prizes

The event will be live streamed on both Facebook and Instagram, you won’t want to miss it!


Mark your calendars and join us virtually on Saturday, December 5, 2020, from 2pm-4pm CT
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We are building an educational center and need your help!

Along with caring for wildlife, a large part of our mission is to promote respect and compassion for all wildlife through public education and awareness. One way we do this is by providing hands-on learning experiences with ambassador animals.

Next year we are excited to begin breaking ground on our first educational facility that will allow us to expand our wildlife educational experiences and curriculum. We need to raise $75,000 to make this facility a reality, so donate now or purchase a raffle ticket and help us reach our goal.

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A huge thank you to our sponsors for providing financial support to All Things Wild Rehabilitation and donating items for our online raffle.

Hai Hospitality
Kalahari Resorts & Conventions
Duckworth Vodka
K1 Speed Racing
Bolen BBQ
San Gabriel Paddlesports
Healthy Pet

…and the many dedicated volunteers and staff who have donated raffle baskets

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About us

All Things Wild Rehabilitation, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit located in Georgetown, Texas, that promotes respect and compassion for all wildlife through public education and awareness and rehabilitates sick, injured, orphaned, and displaced wildlife and releases them back into the appropriate habitat.

This past year, All Things Wild took in approximately 2,000 animals representing over 60 different species. Wildlife rescue and rehabilitation is only possible thanks to the generosity of donors like you and our dedicated volunteers and staff who work tirelessly to care for our wildlife.

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