For most animal related nonprofits raising money to fund desperately needed projects requires a herculean effort. Fortunately for Wolf Hollow this may no longer be the case. Today Wolf Hollow is proud to announce their second project listed with LoveAnimals, a pioneering new crowdfunding website that helps animal welfare and wildlife conservation nonprofits connect with donors to raise money for critically needed projects.
“Animal welfare and wildlife conservation non-profits currently receive only 2 percent of all giving in America” said LoveAnimals.org founder, Sarah Timms. “As a result, most animal nonprofits struggle to raise enough money to cover their operating budgets, let alone fund projects that are critically needed. We created LoveAnimals.org so organizations like Wolf Hollow can access crowdfunding resources and reach a larger pool of donors.”
Wolf Hollow’s second project will focus on Riot and Rowdy, two orphaned river otter kits, who need food and care for six months until they are ready to be released back into the wild. They will be asking donors for $5,000 to cover these costs.
“We are very excited to be involved again with LoveAnimals.org” said Julie Duke, executive director. “There are so many projects that we need funding for and in the past it has been difficult to reach a wider audience to help realize those needs. LoveAnimals.org has changed this entirely and we are excited to see what we can achieve again with their help. Last year we were able to raise the funds necessary to rehabilitate two bald eaglets until they were ready to be released, we are hoping to do the same for our river otter kits this year.”