Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation is a state and federally licensed, private, not-for-profit 501(c)3 wildlife rehabilitation center dedicated to the care of injured and orphaned wildlife and to educating the public about wildlife and wildlife-related issues. Flint Creek Wildlife treats all species of wild birds, reptiles and amphibians and treats all wild mammals excluding skunks, bats and raccoons.
Members of the community can help the group in many ways including:
- Cash donations to pay for operational expenses of caring for injured and orphaned wildlife as well as things like telephone bills. This is most crucial to their continued work. People can also set up recurring donations.
- Estate planning.
- In memoriam donations.
- Hiring Flint Creek Wildlife for an education program. Revenues from this activity are in important factor in paying for their operation costs.
- Naming Flint Creek Wildlife as a GoodSearch charity.
They can be reached through the following channels:
- Postal Address:
- Cook St #145 Barrington IL 60010
For more information about the group, please visit their website at http://www.flintcreekwildlife.org.