Provide food, shelter, and rehabilitation for orphaned bear cubs.

with Orphaned Wildlife Rescue

Amount Raised: $972.05

Time Left: Expired

The Orphaned Wildlife Center – The InspireMore Cause of the Month

Vinny the bear cub was barely breathing when the Orphaned Wildlife Center found him 😮🐻This video raises vital awareness for non-profits like the Orphaned Wildlife Center. This month, we're raising money for them! Spread the word and inspire those around you.

Posted by InspireMore on Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Jim and Susan Kowalczik founded the Orphaned Wildlife Center in 2015 and rescue bears, deer and other wildlife. These animals have found safe haven with the Orphaned Wildlife Center, but there are many more that still need rescuing.

That is why the Orphaned Wildlife Center was created: To provide safety and nurturing to animals that are truly orphaned, preparing them to be returned to the wild.

It is a noble cause that deserves everyone’s respect! So help support the Orphaned Wildlife Center in their mission to give these beautiful animals a second chance. All you have to do is watch and share InspireMore stories.  The more you do that, the more advertisers pay us, and the more we are able to give to this important cause!  Get started today; let’s make a difference.

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