ATW was established in 2012. Its mission is to promote respect and compassion for all wildlife through educational outreach programs to raise community awareness; to rescue and rehabilitate sick, injured, orphaned, and displaced wildlife and release them back into the appropriate habitat; and to provide sanctuary for all animals in need.
Volunteers train to become wildlife rehabilitator, which is done out of your home. If you don't want to work directly with animals but want to help our mission, you can volunteer to assist with fundraising, phone answering, public relations and publicity, or education programs.
Head here to fill out a volunteer form, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to find out about current opportunities.
Monetary donations are also appreciated and accepted here.
WildFest is help in the fall, with a 5K fun run walk around the scenic Brushy Creek Lake. The purpose of WildFest is to raise funds, promote respect and compassion for all wildlife through fun and engaging activities, and to introduce resources available in the community that support these goals. 350 people attended in the 2017 inaugural year.