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How to Support Wildlife Watch

You can Support Wildlife Watch in a number of different ways: 

Join Wildlife Watch

Become a member of Wildlife Watch (WW) for $35 a year and you will receive our newsletter four times a year.
 

Make a Contribution

If you are already a member, or cannot join now, you can still make a contribution by check or credit card. We are always grateful for donations of any items or equipment that can be used for administration and community education.  All donations are tax-deductible. Such items could be computers, fax machines, printers, cameras, camcorders, audio-players and supplies for them. We also have one or two tag sales annually and welcome anything that we can use to help us raise money.

Look at our Catalog

We have educational and fun items in our catalog; please take a look. 

Make a Bequest

If you would like to include Wildlife Watch in your will, kindly contact:

Frances Carlisle, Esq.
20 Waterside Plaza, Suite 12-D
New York, NY 10010

Frances Carlisle is a trusts and estates attorney with expertise in advising clients about bequests and other types of disposition to charitable organizations.

You can also contact us directly at
wildwatch@verizon.net

Volunteers and Interns

Wildlife Watch is in need of one or two interns.  All ages welcome.  We are located in beautiful New Paltz in the Hudson Valley.  New Paltz is a vibrant college town that is home to SUNY New Paltz, one of the most progressive campuses of the SUNY system.  SUNY is a seven-minute walk from our office.  

Our main office is near nature trails,  Minnewaska State Park with an aqua lake and waterfall, the Shwangunks (the 'Gunks), the Catskill Mountains, home of the vegan cosmetic line "Kiss My Face", lots of boutiques, and more.  We will provide a lovely room and vegan food for the right person.  The right person must commit to 2-3 months, be computer literate, disciplined, organized, a self-starter, willing to work in an office, and help with activist projects. 

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Wildlife Watch, Inc. is a 501(C)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to the wellbeing of wildlife