World Wildlife Fund Canada (WWF-Canada)
was founded by Senator Alan MacNaughton, and has become one of the
country's leading conservation organizations, enjoying the active
support of more than 150,000 Canadians.
The Canadian Peregrine Foundation is a Canadian Registered charity dedicated to the restoration, recovery and monitoring of Canada's raptors.
at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre is the only facility of its kind in
Northern Ontario. More than 900 animals, including songbirds,
raptors, small and large mammals, reptiles and amphibians are treated
annually. Wild at Heart has been a work in progress for over thirty
Fauna Foundation's mission is to create a protected environment for neglected, abused farm and domestic animals and former biomedical research chimpanzees. We aim, through education, to foster a better understanding of all animals while exploring our ethical responsibility as humans for the well being of all earth's creatures.
Our mission, a "One Health" concept for native wildlife, embraces a variety of programs aimed at conservation goals to protect ecosystems, populations of wild animals, and the health of individual animals.
Formed in 1984 by a group of environmentally-concerned citizens who care about the successful rehabilitation of injured and orphaned wildlife, Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre was first known by the name Manitoba Wildlife Rehabilitation Organization (MWRO). The volunteers started the organization out of their backyards and opened a centre in 1993 in Glenlea, Manitoba. The centre currently operates in Ile des Chênes, Manitoba - only 8 minutes from Winnipeg.
The CWRS is dedicated to treating injured and orphaned wildlife, providing valuable outreach and education services to the community, and engaging all volunteers in motivational work and skill building experience.
Toronto Wildlife Centre (TWC) is a leader in the field of wildlife rescue, veterinary care, rehabilitation and education, providing a vital and unique service in Southern Ontario.
The Guelph Humane Society's mission is to promote the welfare of all animals and prevent cruelty and suffering.
We are a private, no kill cat adoption facility located in south-central Ontario, Canada. Our "Cat House" is home to approximately 60 cats who are permitted to roam free within the shelter. Our cats need ever fear euthanasia, and can stay with us as long as it takes to find the right adoptive home.
Bear With Us strives to promote understanding and respect for the bear family, a species near the top of the evolutionary scale, a species in direct niche competition with the human race.
the oldest nature conservation charity in Canada. Over the past 75
years, we've helped protect over 63 million acres of parks and
wildlife areas in Canada and the countless species that depend on
this habitat. Today, we represent a network of over 45,000 members and supporters and more than 350 nature organizations in every province
In the early 1960s a plucky band of naturalists based in Ontario had a bold idea. Stung by the damage to the natural world they saw all around them, they launched a program to take direct, private action to protect natural spaces and promote conservation. At the time it was an audacious plan. It was also the birth of the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
(Text and images from their website.)
Funds donated through the Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal Welfare Foundation support ASF research, education, advocacy and conservation management plans.
Oakville & Milton Humane Society
Oakville & Milton Humane Society has space for about 200 animals.
These animals come to us because their owners can no longer care for
them; because they are lost, abandoned or abused.
The Oakville & Milton Humane Society is very committed to the community that it serves. We offer pet visits to health facilities, education in schools and we participate in many community events.
The Oakville & Milton Humane Society offers a wide range of programs and services within our communities.
These programs are essential to the health and well-being of both the
pets in our care and all animals within the Towns of Oakville and
In 2013, the generous funding from the Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal
Welfare Foundation enabled us to purchase an anesthetic machine and
ventilator, as well as a Surgivet Advisor (vital signs monitor).
Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA) works with its partners to ensure The Living City is built on a natural foundation of healthy rivers and shorelines, greenspace and biodiversity, and sustainable communities.
Story Book Farm is a place of safety. We offer freedom from fear. We are a place of healing and recovery from trauma. Currently, we are home to 20 monkeys who come to us for peace and solace from a variety of backgrounds, some of them with stories difficult even to share, let alone survive.
Our interest is in anything that can, will, or is happening to polar bears. Learn here what we're doing to help polar bears survive all the problems they face.
The Owl Foundation's commitments include the survival of Ontario's owls through rehabilitation and release of injured birds, and educating the public about the vital role of owls in the ecosystem.
. . committed to the care and rehabilitation of sick, injured,
orphaned or otherwise compromised wildlife; our goal is to return
healthy animals to their natural habitat.
passionate about turtles and we want to grow a community that shares
our passion and knowledge.
HOPE TVHope for Wildlife is a charitable
wildlife rehabilitation and education organization located in
Seaforth, Nova Scotia.
The Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal Welfare Foundation is helping support the Canadian Sea Turtle Centre, an educational space in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia.