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Donate to the Center

The Conservators Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization (EIN# 56-2149941). All donations to the Center are tax deductible.

Our programs and services are funded primarily by tour revenue, memberships, grants, donations, and partnerships. These contributions help us provide the best possible care for the extraordinary animals who have found a forever home at the Conservators Center.

There are many ways you can contribute to the ongoing care and well-being of our animal residents.  You may make a direct monetary donation below.

Will bequests or trust provisions provide an easy way to document a commitment to the Conservators Center without impacting the assets available to you during your lifetime.  For more information about planned gifts, click here.

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We need YOUR support!


1Winter Campaign
So many of our animals have lived to an advanced age, we are beginning to become experts in geriatric care for some of these species. The change of seasons is especially hard on them, and they have special needs to get them through the winter months. Our heated dens stuffed with extra bedding keep our cats snug and warm, but our more tropical animals have heated buildings to keep them warm and active. The binturong, genet, fennec fox, and lemur species all enjoy the warm spaces that allow them to sun in a window and snuggle in near the heater. Some of our animals change their diets substantially in the winter, requiring extra fat or vitamin supplements to keep them fueled in chilly weather.

As we embark on our year end campaign, our goal is to provide continued exemplary care to our 85 animals by raising $15,000 by December 31st, but we can’t do it without your help.
2Animal Care Fund
The animals who reside at the Conservators Center require a large amount of funding to cover expenses such as food, animal keepers, routine maintenance to their habitats, and the ongoing development and procurement of items to enrich their lives.

Contributions to the Animal Care Fund are set aside specifically to meet the needs of the animals at the Conservators Center.
3Veterinary Fund
About 30% of our animal residents are geriatric and many require special diets, medicines, and/or frequent veterinary visits to manage chronic conditions such as arthritis or diabetes. Some arrive in poor health, or with existing medical conditions due to inadequate veterinary care or an inappropriate diet at a previous home.

This fund supports our residents’ varied healthcare needs, including veterinary visits, medications, special diets, and lab work. In addition to these routine and critical expenses, resources from the Veterinary Fund will be used to construct an onsite animal health center at the Center.
4General Operating Fund
There are many different costs associated with running an operation like the Conservators Center, and contributions made to the General Operating Fund allow us to distribute funds where they are most needed within the organization.
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Thank You For Your Support