BENEFITING: Conservators' Center
In the winter, many of our ramps and older sets of steps become extremely icy and are challenging for our devoted staff members and volunteers who must ensure the health and care of our residents despite the weather. In order to improve safety, we would like to replace all of our ramps and older stairs with new steps that include additional traction to provide grip in all forms of weather.
The cost to upgrade the steps in our field kitchen and against each of our animal buildings (such as our lemur and kinkajou winter quarters) will be $2,000.
Please give what you can to this special cause. We encourage you to come visit us, meet our animals, and awaken your wild side!
The Conservators’ Center in Burlington, North Carolina is home to nearly 100 exotic animals representing 19 species – including more than 30 lions and tigers. This haven for wild animals in need of a home has a 3-part mission: education, conservation, and rescue. We are dedicated to providing our residents with the highest possible quality of care.
*The estimated cost of this project includes material and labor. Any funds raised above the amount shown will go directly to our General Fund.