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Crowdrise challenge: help raise money for red wolves

May 1st, 2012

The Red Wolf Coalition- the only not-for-profit whose only goal is to advocate for the long term survival of the red wolf – is part of an Earth Day Fundraiser through Crowdrise. Right now through May 15th, the Coalition is part of Crowdrise’s Earth Day Challenge. Any dollar amount large or small would help. Donate in honor of the Museum’s wolves, an animal keeper, or just because.

Consider donating:

$25. One dollar for each year the red wolf has been restored to the wild at Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge.

$20. One dollar for each year the Museum has housed red wolves.

$13. One dollar for every red wolf pup born at the Museum

$10. One dime for each wolf that roams free at Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge.

The link to the fundraiser is below:

Join the conversation:

  1. Hi Sherry- We have a question: A friend saw an animal at the museum that she says looks like a rabbit but isn’t a rabbit. What could it be? I haven’t seen whatever it is so I couldn’t help! Thought I’d go straight to the source!

    Posted by Galia Goodman
  2. Director Comment :

    Galia- give me more info please? was it a wild animal? An exhibit animal? Inside/outside?
    Happy to help if I can have some more identification markers…
    maybe a chinchilla?

    Posted by Sherry Samuels
  3. …..wondering if there is an address where I can mail a donation. I’m an old school fool in regards to donating via the internet. :)

    Posted by dj
  4. Director Comment :

    Red Wolf Coalition
    Post Office Box 96
    Columbia NC 27925


    Posted by Sherry Samuels

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