Every year, hundreds of injured and orphaned wild animals are brought to FWMA for care and treatment. The medical room at FWMA – where triage has been performed on thousands of wildlife patients over the years – is literally falling apart. The old wooden building has succumbed to age, termites and the elements.
A new structure is desperately needed so we can continue to accept animals in need of care and medical treatment. The cost for the medical building is estimated at $100,700. While this is an enormous undertaking, we are confident that we can solve this problem. But we do need help from our community and friends who are passionate about wildlife just as we are. Here is the “wish list” of resources that will reduce the expenses associated with the project:
- Construction materials (cinder block, lumber, roofing etc.)
- Skilled builder(s)
- Electrician and electrical supplies
- Plumber and plumbing supplies
- Heating and AC unit
- Kitchen cabinets and shelving/ 3 kitchenettes
- 2 industrial washers and dryers
- Stainless steel caging (stackable)
- Stainless steel exam table
- Industrial stainless steel sink
- Septic tank/drain field
- Bathroom fixtures
- Concrete Foundation
- Lighting fixtures
- Chest freezers
Also we would deeply appreciate any financial contributions to support the project. Any amount, no matter how small, will be extremely helpful.
Please help if you can, and share this with everyone you know. To make a donation, use the Donate button on the right, near the top of this page. If you can contribute any resources or volunteer your time to help, contact Chris Beatty at email@example.com.