A $500 donation has been given to the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife by the Cape Royal Community. The money was raised during a bingo night the community held and will go towards general funds to support CROW’s mission of saving wildlife through state-of-the-art veterinary care, research, education and conservation medicine.
“We are so thankful for Cape Royal’s commitment to the community and the thousands of wildlife patients admitted to our wildlife hospital each year,” says Alison Charney Hussey, executive director for CROW. “More than 25% of our patients are admitted from Cape Coral with 1,270 animals originating from there so far this year.”
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, CROW relies on donations from the community, funds raised through events, admission to its Visitor Education Center and foundational grants to provide medical treatment, food and rehabilitative care to Southwest Florida’s sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife.
You can join the Cape Royal Community in their support of CROW and help provide care to wildlife patients admitted to CROW’s hospital by making a donation at www.CROWClinic.org or on CROW’s Facebook page.
Pictured left to right: Ed Harrington, Community Bingo Coordinator, Lee Andera, Collector, Mark Thomas, Food and Beverage Manager, Doug Flenniken, Game Accountant, Alison Charney Hussey, Executive Director, CROW, Jacquie Flenniken, Collector