We are heading into our 11th animal rescue renovation and things aren’t going the way we had hoped. Right now, we are struggling to raise $3,600 to buy the materials for the 30ftx13ft (36ftx14ft)roof on the Center’s raptor cabin. Without this roof, the cabin is in jeopardy of collapsing with the next snowfall. And, we’re talking about Maine, people!
DONATE HERE: https://igg.me/at/roof-for-raptors/x/4210124
TIME IS RUNNING OUT!
HELP PROJECT PAWSITIVE BUILD A FREE-OF-CHARGE, CRITICALLY-NEEDED WEATHER-TIGHT ROOF FOR A RESCUE THAT SAVES OVER 1,600 WILD ANIMALS FROM DEATH EACH YEAR. THE CABIN IS A COLLAPSE RISK AND SNOW IS COMING!
(*NOTE: the image above shows how thousands of animals are injured each year. This is just one type of injury that the Center for Wildlife in York, Maine is faced with. The cabin you are helping to renovate is where beautiful raptor birds are rehabilitated.)
WE HAVE BEEN RENOVATING ANIMAL RESCUES IN DESPERATE NEED SINCE 2009! BUT WE CAN’T DO ANYTHING WITHOUT YOUR HELP! OUR FUNDS ARE TOO LOW! WE NEED YOU!
Project Pawsitive is a 501c3, non-profit (Tax ID: 45-2549801) and is the only organization 100% dedicated to renovating animal rescues in critical need since 2009. YOUR 100% tax-deductible donation is the only reason we are able to renovate so many animal rescues in desperate need.Did you know that when you donate to one of our renovation projects you are helping animals in need for years to come?
Here is EXACTLY how your donation will be used:
-CONSTRUCTING A NEW, 30FTX13FT ROOF (including framing, pitch, shingling) THAT IS WEATHER-PROOF AND PROVIDES CRITICAL SHELTER FOR INJURED WILDLIFE IN NEED OF REHABILITATION.
-REPAIR AND REPLACE WOODEN SLATS (shown in photo below) TO INCREASE STABILITY AND SECURITY WITH CABIN STRUCTURE.
-ADD ANIMAL CLOTH TO ENSURE INJURED ANIMALS ARE PROTECTED FROM PREDATORS AND KEPT SAFE DURING REHABILITATION.
-HELP PROJECT PAWSITIVE TO CONTINUE ITS MISSION OF PROVIDING FREE-OF-CHARGE RENOVATIONS TO ANIMALS RESCUES IN CRITICAL NEED.
YOUR support ensures that wildlife will be saved and rehabilitated in this very cabin for years to come. You can see by the light coming through that there is no roof on this cabin. It is large and a BIG job, but we are up to the challenge with your help.