The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center relies on your generous support to continue providing refuge and care for hundreds of animals in southern California. Whatever your skill set or interest, you can make a difference!
You don't need to have hands-on animal experience to help out at our center, where volunteers fill a variety of roles (Here's an example of volunteers putting their unique skills to work at the center).
To see areas of greatest need and to learn how to become a volunteer at our center, visit The Humane Society of the United States' volunteer center online»
Become an Intern
We welcome interns from around to our center so that they may gain valuable, hands-on experience in the field of wildlife rehabilitation. Internships last from 6 weeks to 6 months, up to 40 hours per week. Learn more here»
Adopt a Cat
A colony of cats used to make their home on San Nicolas Island in the Channel Islands, but because they were non-native to the island, all of the cats were slated by government officials for euthanasia. Now the cats make their home at the Fund for Animals Wildlife Center in Ramona, Calif., where some of them are available for adoption. Meet them here»
When you select an item from our Amazon Wish List, the item is shipped directly to our center and is used immediately to care for our animals. Your generous support makes it possible for The Fund for Animals Wildlife Center to continue to excel in the area of wildlife rehabilitation, and we are extremely grateful for your help.”