WOULD YOU LIKE TO VOLUNTEER? Please help us keep North Idaho wild!
It would be an honor to have you as a volunteer in our effort to rehabilitate injured and
orphaned wild animals and educate our fellow public. Sometimes we need someone to just bring an animal to us who is in need of help. Perhaps you could put up a few flyers in town to announce our presence or highlight an event. Maybe you would like to participate in the Adopt-a-Highway Clean-Up. If you like show and tell – public talks are for you. In the Spring, there might be opportunities to feed baby birds every 15 minutes. RU a social media mastermind? AHWF is on Twitter, Facebook, and Blogger and would appreciate someone taking over this aspect of awareness. If these or other activities peak your interest let us know!
I WOULD LIKE TO HELP WITH: (please check the item or items)
_____ Spring or Fall Clean up of our piece of Hwy 200.
_____ Spring Preparations & cleaning or Fall Inventory & cleaning @ the facility.
_____ Construction or Repair of animal enclosures.
_____ Public Information Booths – Earth Day, 4th July, etc.
_____ Social media updating.
_____ School Presentations & Library Demonstrations.
_____ Article Writing – for newsletters, annual reports, grant proposals.
_____ Animal Care.
_____ Public awareness – posting flyers on cork boards, shop windows, etc.
_____ Event Coordination.
Circle When Available: Name: ______________________________
Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun Address: ____________________________
Mornings Afternoons Evenings ____________________________________
Prefer to Volunteer: Phone: ____________________
Weekly Monthly As Needed E-mail: ____________________
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF THE ONLY 501C3 NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION DEDICATED TO THE REHABILITATION OF ALL WILDLIFE, COMMUNITY EDUCATION AND BUILDING A NATURE CENTER IN NORTH IDAHO. WE WERE ESTABLISHED IN 2001, AND REMAIN 100% VOLUNTEER!
American Heritage Wildlife Foundation Inc.
59895 Hwy 200 Clark Fork Idaho 83811
“In the end, we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught”. –B. Dioum