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Vote for Wild at Heart in Project Impact - March 3-18th
VOTE for Wild at Heart in Project Impact, a Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury initiative! From March 3-18th, you can vote for Wild at Heart at any Greater Sudbury Public Library branches, or online: projectimpact.ca
Wild at Heart gave a 90-second presentation about the project at the Project Impact Community Celebration on Saturday, March 3rd. You can watch it here.
As Wild at Heart continues to expand our education outreach programming, we are looking to offer free day camps to the community. From August 13-15th, we will be hosting day camps for students ages 6-12, focusing on environmental issues like wildlife-human conflict, water pollution, and pollinators and native plants, as well as a field trip to Walden Animal Hospital to learn about their partnership with Wild at Heart.
By removing the cost of admission for these camps, all students will have the opportunity to attend. Students will learn first-hand about local environmental issues, and how they can make a positive difference in their community. This will also raise awareness about Wild at Heart, and let people know where they can bring an injured, orphaned, or sick wild animal.
We need YOUR support to make this 3-day summer day camp possible! Make sure to vote in-person, or online.
Check out Wild at Heart’s Facebook event here (great for reminding you to vote!). Thank you to the Coalition for a Liveable Sudbury for hosting this great, local initiative.
March Break Camp at New Sudbury Centre
Stop by the New Sudbury Centre March 15th for a full day of Wild at Heart education programming! Families will learn about Wild at Heart and the animals we care for (10am), have a chance to participate in wildlife crafts (11am), like turtle shell repair, wildlife collages, and colouring, and pretend to be wildlife in some interactive and fun games and activities (2pm), like looking at x-rays, pretending to be an owl during migration, and more! Make sure to take a photo in Wild at Heart’s mural as your favourite wild animal!
Sudbury Wolves Fundraiser Game for Wild at Heart!
The Sudbury Wolves are holding a fundraiser night for Wild at Heart Sunday, March 11th when the Wolves take on the Peterborough Petes! Join us during March Break for this afternoon game at 2pm. Wild at Heart will receive proceeds from tickets bought online (link below), at our Centre (95 White Road, Lively), or by mentioning Wild at Heart at the Wolves box office.
Purchase tickets here.
Have a Heart for Wild at Heart
Join Wild at Heart at Overtime Sports Bar and Grill (941 Notre Dame Avenue) on Wednesday, February 14th from 5-10pm for “Have a Heart for Wild at Heart”!
5% of all bills* will be donated to Wild at Heart to support our animal care and education initiatives. Wild at Heart would not be able to operate without support from our community partners, and we are thankful to have the support of Overtime Sports Bar and Grill for this fundraiser!
During the event, we will be hosting a FREE raffle, and some of our volunteers will be on-site to talk about their experiences at our Centre. We look forward to seeing you there!
For more information, please email: email@example.com
Holiday Sale at Ramakko's
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.
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.
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
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!