Shades of Hope 2020 Holiday Auction

November 2020
07:00 AM EST
November 2020
10:00 PM EST

About Our Auction

Welcome to our Annual Holiday Auction!
This fundraiser event is just in time for the holiday season and is a great chance to get a head start on all your gift shopping. All proceeds go directly to Shades of Hope Wildlife, to care for the injured, orphaned, and sick native wildlife in our care. SOH does not receive any government funding and as a registered charity, relies on your support to save lives!
Help us give wildlife a second chance by bidding on some fantastic items generously donated by our supporters! Check out our facebook and instagram page for continual updates on some of our patients, and news on upcoming events!
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About Shades of Hope Wildlife Refuge

Shades of Hope is a Registered Charity located in the town of Georgina, Ontario. Licensed by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Canadian Wildlife Services, SOH serves the GTA and areas throughout the South Central Ontario corridor.
Our Mission is to nurture, treat & rehabilitate injured and orphaned native wildlife with the goal of releasing healthy animals back into their natural habitats.
As commercial and residential growth continues to explode north of the GTA, our wildlife is being pushed aside into smaller and smaller spaces. Sadly, a large number of wild birds, mammals & reptiles regularly fall victim to road accidents, human cruelty and lack of suitable habitat and food. As the need for rescue of these orphaned and injured animals has increased, Shades of Hope has made the commitment to provide veterinary care, proper nourishment and a safe place to flourish until they are prepared to resume their rightful place in nature.

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