The Vision and The Need

The Case For Funding

The new center will meet the needs of the community for an exceptional educational facility that is centrally located and accessible.

Designed by Weddle Gilmore Architects, the building is a statement complementing the mission of Liberty Wildlife. Essential in the facility design was the commitment to engineer and build an environmentally sound building and to use that building as an educational tool. This design exemplifies a soft walk upon the earth, while keeping operating costs and resource consumption at a minimum. Visitors will experience firsthand an example of living with an environmental conscience. Tours and educational signage emphasize the techniques used to operate this facility with a minimal impact on the environment.

We Need Your Help

You can help the wildlife community of Arizona during this continuing time of need. Your support will take rescue, medical intervention and rehabilitation programs to a new level of quality while enhancing community- and school-based educational initiatives. Successful completion of this campaign will create a model facility with comprehensive services to meet the growing needs of an increasingly endangered animal population.

The capital campaign has been structured to provide a variety of opportunities for involvement. With naming opportunities in the capital portion beginning at $10,000, the campaign offers a meaningful menu of funding alternatives and financial partnerships.

To learn more, email Megan Mosby at meganmosby@cox.net.

Naming Opportunities at Liberty Wildlife

Naming Opportunities are negotiable and based on the discretion of the donor