You can now stop by Ramakko’s Source for Adventure (2345 Regent St.) between December 4-18th and purchase items from Wild at Heart’s gift shop! 100% of proceeds will go towards our Centre and our mission to rehabilitate Northern Ontario’s wildlife.


Holiday Sale at Ramakko's

Shine Om hosts: Partner Yoga

Wednesday, December 13th @ 7pm

Shine Om will be hosting a partner yoga session on Wednesday, December 13th at 7pm. This free yoga class will be hosted during Connected Living’s open house this December. Each class will spotlight a different charity, with all proceeds going to that charity. Wild at Heart is honoured to have been chosen for one of these days. Dawn Condon Connected Living will be moving to 2153 Armstrong St. 2nd floor. You can sign up for the session by calling Dawn Condon at 705-677-6494.

Be sure to check out Dawn Condon’s website and Facebook!

Wild About Comedy Night 2018

More details coming soon!


Chicken & Pasta Lunch Fundraiser

Support Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre by ordering a delicious pick-up lunch from Sixth Avenue Golf & Country Club! All net proceeds go the Centre to support our mission of rehabilitating northern Ontario’s sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife. Boxed lunches are great for the office, community group, or for individuals!

Your $15 lunch (HST incl.) includes:

-penne pasta with homemade tomato sauce, topped with fresh grated parmesan cheese and basil
-oven roasted chicken
-fresh buns

Any orders of five or more meals will qualify for a charitable receipt.

Call or email Sixth Avenue (320 Sixth Avenue, Lively) to place your order by November 16th for pick-up on November 23rd:

You can even pre-pay with Visa or Mastercard over the phone for faster pick-up!

"To speak on the intricate relationship between animals, people, and the environment & health – a 40 year perspective"

“I may wear many hats but really, my main job is being an animal advocate”.

Join Dr. Rod Jouppi, D.V.M., the President and Founder of Wild at Heart for his upcoming lecture: “To speak on the intricate relationship between animals, people, and the environment & health – a 40 year perspective.” This lecture will be held at Wild at Heart (95 White Road, Lively) on Saturday, November 18th at 2pm.

Biography: Rod has always been very involved with animal welfare issues. His previous clinic has worked very closely with all animal charities in the Sudbury area. He works with remote fly-in First Nation communities on James Bay and international communities setting up spay/neuter clinics, as well as consulting in areas of animal care and control and related public health issues.

Silent auction items will be available, and our gift shop will be open to buy the perfect holiday gift for that special someone on your list!