Celebrating 25 Years in the Upstate

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We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and receive no financial aid from the government or any other agency. Our mission is to care for injured or orphaned wildlife native to the state of South Carolina with the goal of returning them to the wild. Each year the number of cases brought to us increases.

As the demand for the services we offer increases, so does our need for funds. Your donation may be tax deductible and will help provide food and medication for our patients. If you would like a receipt for your donation, please be sure to include your name and mailing address. Even the smallest amount is helpful! Please donate today!

There are many ways you can donate:


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Make donations to:
Wildlife Rehab of Greenville
P.O. Box 1801
Greenville, SC 29602
Please include your:
  • Name
  • Address
  • Phone
  • E-mail
  • Donation Amount

  • Donate at Chris's Squirrels and More

    Squirrels and More

    We have a wish list at www.squirrelsandmore.com of infant formulas and nipples that we use daily. Contact them at 860-749-1129 to access the wish list for Wendy Watson (Wildlife Rehab of Greenville) and they'll help you place an order for us or issue a credit to our account. They also sell gift cards! They carry a lot of wildlife themed gifts you might enjoy!

    Thank you for your support!


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    Please use smile.amazon.com if you're shopping on Amazon. Your purchases will benefit a charity of your choice, and we hope you'll choose Wildlife Rehab of Greenville! All at no additional cost to you!

    We also have a wish list you can shop from to benefit our animals directly.

    Donate via Our Amazon Wish List
    View the list of items in our Amazon.com wishlist and have them shipped directly to us. Easy and reliable!

    Donate an Item on Our Wish List
  • Purina Puppy Chow, chicken
  • Baby Blankets, fleece or flannel
  • Heating Pads w/o Auto Shut-Off
  • Kleenex and Paper Towels
  • Latex Gloves
  • Leather or Welder’s Gloves
  • Lumber
  • Nuts in the Shell, pecans, walnuts, filberts
  • Pedialyte
  • Pet Cages and Accessories
  • Pet Carriers of All Sizes
  • Squirrel Nest Boxes
  • Gift Cards from Home Depot
  • Gift Cards from Lowe’s
  • Gift Card from Pet Store Chain


  • If you have items to donate, please email us at
    info@wildlife-rehab.com


    Become a Corporate Sponsor
    If you wish to become a corporate sponsor, please contact WRG at info@wildlife-rehab.com.

    Memorials
    If you would like to make a memorial in memory of a deceased loved one, WRG will notify the family by mail. You must provide the address under Honoree/Memorial Information on the donation form. Visit the Memorials page for more information.

    Use Goodsearch and Goodshop
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    Saving orphaned wildlife is easier than you realize. Each time you purchase items online such as thank you cards from Shutterfly, Movado watches from Kay Jewelers and sweaters from Old Navy, Goodshop will automatically donate up to 20% to Wildlife Rehab of Greenville – at no cost to you! You don’t have to do anything except use the Goodshop shopping portal to enter your favorite retailers. You can even save money using any of the Goodshop coupons available to you once you sign up. Enjoy shopping, saving money and raising funds for Wildlife Rehab of Greenville, all by using Goodshop!


    Corporate Sponsors
    Poinsett Animal Hospital
    Convergent Design
    DUT Shirts
    Animal Emergency Clinic
    Cleveland Park Animal Hospitals
    Alpha Printing
    Goldsmith Realty

    Upcoming Events

    Reserve your spot in a class by contacting WRG at wrgswinters@gmail.com.
    Classes fill up quickly!
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    All public events, including classes are cancelled until further notice

    We are currently still accepting wildlife calls at this time. Please don't hesitate to call!
    Our rehabbers may ask to take certain precautions when dealing with the public in order to protect themselves and the public.
    Thank you for understanding.