Wildlife Partners

Our Wildlife Partners (Donors) have included the following:

ACE Hardware
Alice N. Jenkins Foundation
Animal Assistance Foundation

The Binky Foundation
Colorado Springs Utilities
Combined Federal Campaign

Doris Day Animal Foundation
The Edmund T. and Eleanor Quick Foundation
El Paso County Parks

El Pomar Foundation
Encana Cares
Farmers State BankFSB-color-cleaned
The Freda Hambrick Foundation

Glenns Jewelry of Colorado Springs
Gus Hawthorne Foundation
Homestead Animal Hospital
Lauren Townsend Memorial Foundation

Mountain View Electric Associationmvea-logo
Pajeau Wildlife Foundation
Pikes Peak Community Foundation
St. Paws Thrift Store

Southern Colorado Veterinary Internal Medicinevim-2
United Way
The William H. and Mattie Wattis Harris Foundation

Colorado wildlife have enjoyed the benefit of partnership with St. Paws. When you donate new or gently used items to St. Paws Thrift Store in Colorado Springs, proceeds from sales  are used to help animals in need, and St. Paws (and Thrift Store donors) have helped a LOT of animals!

St. Paws accepts ALL donations. No donation is too big or too small because St. Paws is committed to resell every donation they receive. Every penny generated is another penny to help end animal suffering and abuse. Please donate your gently-used items to St. Paws Thrift Store.  It’s a win-win for people and animals!  For more info on St. Paws, follow the link:  http://www.stpaws.org/


EWRC’s community partners have included:

El Paso County Parks

United Way

Pikes Peak Community College

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts of America