Wild Night for Wildlife 2017

JOIN US for an evening of FUN and FUNDRAISING

All proceeds benefit the orphaned, injured and sick wildlife in our community!

We’re almost sold out!

Email Linda Tyler at linda@greenwoodwildlife.org for availability.


When:  Friday, Sept. 29, 2017, 5:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Where: UCAR Event Center, 3080 Center Green Dr., Boulder, 80301

Event Details

* $85 per person in advance, $95 at the door (A table for eight can be purchased in advance for $650.)
* Silent auction offering something for everyone
* Buffet dinner; open bar with beer and wine
* Entertaining and exciting live auction by Don Martin
* Heartwarming special appeal, giving you the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of orphaned and injured wildlife

Live Auction Items! Click HERE to see the complete list!






Silver Level Sponsors







boulder sci



Anonymous $2,500

Bronze Level Sponsors
Copper Level Sponsors
  • Animal Arts Design Studios
  • Axiom Design PC Architecture
  • Melton Design Build
  • Native Roots Dispensary
  • Sally Fischer, Edward Jones
  • Tiglas Ecological Services
Brass Level Sponsors 
  • Balfour Senior Living
  • eco-officiency
  • Irwin Companies
  • Left Hand Animal Hospital
  • Risk Based Security
In-Kind Sponsors
  • Brock Media
  • Robin Chocolates
Sponsorships are still available!

For more information about becoming a sponsor, please contact Linda Tyler, Executive Director, at linda@greenwoodwildlife.org or 303.823.8455.

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Greenwood was founded in 1982 and is a private, nonprofit organization. As the largest rehabilitation center of our kind in Colorado, we offer high-quality treatment for injured or sick wildlife and hand-raising of orphaned baby mammals and birds, leading to their release back into the wild. Greenwood also provides valuable learning experiences through outreach programs for children and adults. The average cost for each animal we care for is $330. In 2016, nearly  3,500 wild animals came through our doors, three-quarters of which were orphaned.