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.
Our Winter Campaign needs YOUR support!
Thank You For Your Support
Listen closely to the silence: drifting snow absorbs sound so utterly that you may only hear our dingoes howling and our coyote answering...until a lion steps in to show them what filling this quiet world can really sound like.
There are few things more stunning than the Center at this time of year.
Winter, however, poses many challenges to the animals who are not as naturally prepared for it. Some of our animals are from tropical regions, and they must remain indoors when the temperature drops. The lemurs, kinkajous, binturongs, and genet all have their own winter quarters to nestle down in during any cold snaps. Less sensitive animals still need heated, insulated dens in which to stay dry and warm during cold spells.
And, of course, all of them need to be cared for every day...no matter what else happens. It takes a lot of preparation, which is why we are asking you, today, to contribute to our winter fund.
Contributions to the Animal Care Fund are set aside specifically to meet the needs of the animals at the Conservators Center.
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.
To say that this is an issue is a huge understatement! Here are a few numbers:
With your help, we can purchase in bulk to get low pricing and stretch every penny. Anything you can offer is much, much appreciated.