DFW Wildlife Coalition is an animal rescue group dedicated to reducing the incidence of orphaned or euthanized native wildlife in the Dallas and Fort Worth area through public outreach and education. They not only ensure the safety and quality of life of animals in the area but they also empower the public by providing humane solutions for coexistence in an urban environment.
As a non-profit organization, they rely on the help of generous individuals so that they can serve more wildlife. Electronic donations can be sent to JustGive as well as to their mailing address.
They are also a volunteer-driven organization and as such, they are open for individuals who are willing to work with civic, environmental, and non-profit organizations. Interested parties must fulfill the following requirements to be a part of DFW Wildlife Coalition:
- Eighteen years of age
- Have telephone service and Internet access
- Desire to learn about Texas native wildlife
- Commit two hours a week to answer the hotline, hours of operation 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
- Attend Volunteer Orientation and monthly training sessions
DFW Wildlife Coalition can be contacted through mail at P.O. Box 833523, Richardson, TX 75083. They can also be reached through phone at 972.234.WILD (9453) as well as through email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about this animal welfare advocacy group, please visit their website at http://www.dfwwildlife.org.
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