Your Donations Count!

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Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is committed to rehabilitating sick, injured and orphaned animals for release back into the wild. Your contributions make it possible for us to save thousands of wild animals, nearly 200 species, from hummingbirds to foxes.

Some animals cost upward of $3,000 each to rehabilitate and release:

$10/day for baby raccoons; 150-day average stay
$8/day for baby foxes; 120-day average stay
$5/day for baby birds; 30-day average stay
$8/day for baby squirrels; 90-day average stay

Your tax-deductible gift can enrich the lives of thousands of animals!

Online Donations

You can donate online through PayPal by clicking the button below.
(You do not need a PayPal account.)

Donate Button with Credit Cards

Wishlist Donations

We are always in need of various supplies. Take a look at our wish list.

Sponsor an Animal

Have a fondness for a particular critter? Consider sponsoring one of our patients!

Gift and Thrift Store Donations

Our Boulder thrift store is always in need of donations of small household goods and clothing. You can bring your donations directly to the store.

Stock Donations

Want to donate stock this year? Greenwood gratefully accepts stock donated to our Charles Schwab account! You’ll need the following information for your donation:

Charles Schwab account name: Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

Account number: 29408051

DTC #: 0164

Please contact Linda Tyler, Greenwood’s Executive Director, once you have made your donation. Administrative action is required after all stock donations and Linda would like to thank you personally!

Linda can be contacted at or at the Center at (303) 823-8455.

Donate Used Cars

Got a vehicle you no longer need? You can donate your car on behalf of Greenwood via Cars for Charity. It’s completely tax deductible!

For more information contact or call the Center at (303) 823-8455.

Donate your car to save wildlife

Donations by Mail

Donations can also be mailed to:

Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center
P.O. Box 18987
Boulder, CO 80308

Please use the forms below for mail-in donations.

PDF icon Donation Form

PDF icon Monthly & Annual Pledge Form

If you have additional questions regarding donations, please contact us or call (303) 823-8455.

Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center respects the privacy of its donors. It does not sell or exchange any individual donor information.

Workplace Giving

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Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a proud member of Community Shares, Colorado’s Community Giving Fund. Community Shares has been broadening charitable choice in workplace giving campaigns in Colorado for more than 25 years. It is a low-cost and efficient way to connect your company and staff to local nonprofit organizations. Offering a giving campaign allows employees to make a charitable gift via ongoing paycheck contributions.

Consider asking your employer to add Community Shares to your workplace giving options. Please email for more information or visit Community Shares’ website.

Other Ways to Help

Amazon Smile

Shop online through Amazon Smile and 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases can be donated to Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Sanctuary.


Use GoodSearch to search the internet. Every time you do, Greenwood gets a small donation!

Grocery Shopping

Buy a reloadable King Soopers or Safeway gift card from Greenwood for $10, and Greenwood gets 5% when you buy groceries or gas. Gift cards can be reloaded with credit card, cash or check. Call 303-823-8455 to order one today.

Image Outfitters

Want to save money on your company’s marketing materials and support Greenwood at the same time? Image Outfitters is a Vermont based company specializing in providing promotional products with an emphasis on sustainability and are dedicated to meeting or beating the prices you’re already paying. Through its iShare Charitable Donations Program, 10% of each sale is donated to your designated charitable cause.

Where Your Donations Go

Learn more about how we use donations in our 2017 Annual Report.