2021 has been an amazing year for All Things Wild, now we want to share everything with you!

Our annual Winter Party for Wildlife gives us a chance to show our supporters a behind-the-scenes look at everything we do at All Things Wild Rehabilitation. Follow us as we share all of our recent improvements and learn more about our big goals for the upcoming year.

We will also be holding our winter raffle from November 26-December 12, 2021 make sure to purchase tickets for your chance to take home some of the amazing prizes!

Please join us on Facebook and Instagram as we give you a unique look into our everyday tasks and you might even get up and close with some of our ambassadors!

Winter Raffle

Get our 2022 calendar!

Available now, get your new year off to a wild start with our brand-new All Things Wild Rehabilitation calendar, featuring your favorite ambassadors.

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Winter Raffle

Buy raffle tickets for a chance to win amazing prizes supplied by our generous community of supporters and sponsors. We will be holding the raffle drawing on Sunday, December 12, 2021 @ 2 PM central. All winners will be notified by email to coordinate pickup.


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

Duckworth Vodka
Store House Market + Eatery

…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 3,000 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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