Wildlife Rescue of East Hampton Donations
Wildlife Rescue of East Hampton, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to "leaving no animal to suffer or without help" in our growing island community of East Hampton Town, NY (Wainscott to Montauk). The organization offers WIldlife Rescue and Transport for both the public and emergency services. They also have designated overnight monitoring/holding facilities in each hamlet until the animal can be examined and if necessary, transported to the Evelyn Alexander Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Center in Hampton Bays, NY.
Wildlife Rescue of East Hampton (WROEH) is also a small scale rehabilitation operation for special cases and a large scale educational operation for the entire community and beyond. Wildlife Rescue Responder Dell Cullum visits many of the local schools and clubs sharing his knowledge of the local wildlife, writes a children's book series about wildlife and produces and hosts 2 nature/wildlife based television series called Imagination Nature and Wild Rescue. He is presently working on a third called, SPECIES. WROEH also offers a 24/7 information and advice center at 844-SAV-WILD, where anyone around the country, and the world can pick up their phone, call WROEH, and ask a question, ID a critter, get advice or a top notch recommendation, even book an educational presentation.
The continued success of Wildlife Rescue of East Hampton relies on the generosity of folks like yourselves. Without your support and donations, WROEH is limited in what they can offer both the community and their most precious wildlife. Please help WROEH continue to serve the community and help the wildlife. Your donations are greatly appreciated.