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Fundraising Bracelets for August 2011- Tucson Wildlife Center 2011/08/01

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injured javelina rehabilitated

injured javelina rehabilitated

Fundraising Bracelets for Tucson Wildlife Center

During the month of August, Beading Divas to the Rescue is proud to sell bracelets to help raise funds for Tucson Wildlife Center.

Sam the javelina was hit by a car in the Sam Hughes area of Tucson. Dr. Bill did surgery on Sam’s leg, and applied a cast. Sam’s head wound and leg have healed, and his cast has been removed. Sam has been integrated into a new herd and the herd will be released to a safe location.

In 1998, Lisa Bates rescued an injured raccoon and soon found that there were no services to rehabilitate it. Thus, the Tucson Wildlife Center was born.

The Tucson Wildlife Center became a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization  in 2000 and is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured and orphaned wild animals throughout southern Arizona.

Bookmark this site or subscribe so you can learn about all that Tucson Wildlife Center does throughout the month.

You can buy one-of-kind bracelets made with donated beads at Silver Sea Jewelry, 330 N. 4th Ave., 520.624.9954 in the 4th Avenue Shopping District. You can also buy them online via Etsy. Bracelets cost $20 (plus $4 S&H). One size fits most for easy on and off.

Bracelets for Tucson Wildlife Center
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1. Wishlist: Tucson Wildlife Center - Tucson Tails - 2011/08/06

[...] be selling one-of-a-kind bracelets made with donated beads (one size fits most adults) for $20. The proceeds of bracelet sales go directly to the Tucson Wildlife Center. Buy me! TWC [...]


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