Donate

There are a number of ways you and your family or friends can support WHAR Wolf Rescue! Please review just a few of the ways and good times you and yours can get involved with WHAR Wolf Rescue:
  • Volunteer in a staff capacity(training required) 18 and older please.
  • Contribute by having your Birthday or other anniversary celebration here at WHAR. Call for details. 805-610-6109
  • Invite WHAR to your business, libarary, or school for an educational and interaction experience with our hybrid wolves. Subject matter and length can be molded to fit your group. Please email or call for details.
  • COME FOR A TOUR! Click on the tour page to see different styles of tours and ways to support WHAR while here visiting!
  • Community Service either as an individual for service hours required by schools, or courts or with you community service group from scouts to college and high school pledge groups. Please ask about collaboration information and details.
  • Support and event by hosting us at your business or make a direct contribution to support one of our many annual events such as WHAR OPEN HOUSE, Week of Wolf (Oct each year), Walks with Wolves (5-7 walks annually with our animals and yours), or Paso Robles Vine st. Holiday Showcase(December every year).
  •  BECOME A WHAR WOLF Director. There are many positions

We rely on your charitable donations to run WHAR. Your donations provide items necessary to operate such as food, dog beds, vitamins, equipment, and other such items. If you would prefer to donate items, please see our wish list.

Your donations are tax-exempt (see info below).
After donating through PayPal® you will be
returned here to our website.

 

WHAR, Inc. a California 501(c)(3) Corporation # C2352944

The following links verify the charitable, tax-exempt status of WHAR:

(Please search for: WOLF HYBRID ADOPTION & RESCUE, or our corporation # C2352944)

California Corporation Status:
California Business Portal, Secretary of the State of California

California List of Charities, from the Attorney General of California

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