Sara Jane via Crowdrise
April 21, 2011
BENEFITING: ANTLER RIDGE WILD LIFE SANCTUARY
HOURS PLEDGED: 44
As a volunteer;;;;
To put it bluntly I'm the person who cleans poop and feeds the animals, and in the end hopefully contributes to saving a life.
I don't enjoy the dirty work, but that's alright because I know it matters.
It's an amazing cause and they are amazing animals. Please donate.
Via Antler-Ridge.Com ...
"Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary, a 120-acre preserved farm located in Warren County, New Jersey, is a wildlife rehabilitation center that provides vital care and treatment to sick, injured or orphaned wildlife.
Licensed by the state of New Jersey to care for fawns, raccoon, skunks, opossums, squirrels, rabbits, woodchucks and other small mammals, the Sanctuary is dedicated to rehabilitating these animals back to health so they can be returned to the wild where they belong. "