Do you want to contribute to Greenwood with your existing purchases? Now King Soopers makes it easier than ever! Follow these simple steps to link your King Soopers rewards card with Greenwood and we will reap the benefits from your grocery and gas purchases. Go to the King Soopers website. Login to your account or make a new account (its free). Mouse over your name in the top right corner and click “My Account”. Once on your account page, click “Community Rewards” on the left hand side of…

It’s that time of the year again where the folks of Boulder get to vote for their favorite businesses and organizations. Greenwood qualifies for several categories: “Nonprofit Organization”, “Used Clothing”, and “Furniture”. To vote for our Thrift & Consignment store, simply write in “Greenwood Wildlife Thrift Shop and Consignment Gallery”. To support our rehab center, select “Greenwood Wildlife Rehab Center” from the dropdown selections in the nonprofit category. Vote for us, and we could get recognized in the Boulder Weekly! Thank you for your support! Having trouble getting…

Calling all artsy wildlife lovers! Greenwood is working on releasing several wild designs of Popsocket phone grips made by our very own community, that means you! Creating your own Popsocket design on behalf of Greenwood is simple and a fun way to show support. Here is how to get started: Create an account on Poptivism. Find your cause (that’s us!) by searching “Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center” under the “Animals” category Upload your own design! Preview your design (read tips on how to create an amazing looking Popsocket below)…

Winter can leave Coloradans feeling dull and somber. The sound of songbirds fades away, the green turns to gray, and wildlife viewing is sparse. As soon as spring approaches, baby animals start to appear in tree nests and burrows, the sound of birds finds its way back through our windows, greenery emerges, and chattering squirrels frolic. For Greenwood, this is one of the busiest times of the year. A litter of baby squirrels, tiny and eyes closed, wander through the leaves of their mother’s nest. We call them…