Since 1990, we have rescued, raised and rehabilitated over 3,500 wild mammals. In 2015, we changed our focus. We established the NWRF to support other wildlife rehabilitation organizations across Canada.


Our Mission

The National Wildlife Rehabilitation Foundation aims to improve the efficiency and capacity of our wildlife rescue and rehabilitation partners by raising money for them and by providing formulas, food, supplies, equipment, and educational aides.

Wildlife organizations we support

Besides love and sympathy, animals exhibit other qualities connected with the social instincts which in us would be called moral.
— Charles Darwin

Our goals

  • Provide rescue, rehabilitation, and release rehab space for each wild animal found by members of the public

  • Raise over $50,000 in donations annually

  • Promote efficiency by providing funds, quality formula,food, supplies, equipment so centers can reduce fundraising time and spent it on the animals.