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As you may already know, we lost our lease to our home of ten years and must be completely off the property by the end of August. We are already out of our old Center, and though it is hard since this is the middle of baby season, we are still operating and babies are presently being cared for in our volunteers’ homes. We asked for your prayers that we would know God’s plan for Keeper of the Wild. We believe His answer was Mrs. Mary Julia Royal, one of our supporters, who stepped up and donated land to us in Walterboro that will be a permanent location for a permanent home for Keeper of the Wild.
The land is cleared and ready and $10,000.00 has already been paid down on the building. The building will be built in three phases. The middle section will be the first phase with the sides later in phases two and three as funds are raised. We will need concrete poured, a contractor to erect the building, electricity, carpentry work, a septic tank, pump and drain field, and more. It will include a nursery, a kitchen, and a quarantine ward. We are hoping many services and materials will be donated from businesses or in honor or memory of loved ones. Once work has begun, progress updates will be posted on the Keeper of the Wild Facebook page and on our website.
How can you can help?
Anyone wishing to donate services or materials toward the new Keeper of the Wild building may contact Janet Kinser at (843) 636-1659. Leave a message at the end of the recording and she will return your call.
Any donation would be appreciated. We have provided the following convenient options for you to donate to Keeper of the Wild.
Make a donation by going our secure PayPal account.
Mail a check or money order to:
Keeper of the Wild
181 Tree Farm Road
St. George, SC 29477
Make a donation by going to our Go Fund Me account.
As always, we thank you for your continued support.
Keeper of the Wild, Inc in South Carolina is largely funded on private donations and fund raisers. All donations and proceeds will go to benefit the wildlife center by paying for medical supplies, food and the costs of day to day operations. No salary compensation is available to our team.