Monthly Sponsorship Program

In 2021 we introduced Monthly Sponsorship Levels to help Wild Things Freedom Center!

We invite businesses or individuals to become partners with Wild Things Freedom Center in our efforts to provide medical attention, shelter and care for the injured, orphaned and neglected wildlife of our area. Wild Things Freedom Center’s work and programs are growing, as is their presence in the Georgetown and Grand Strand areas.  We have over 2700 followers on our Facebook page, which grows daily, and our website continues to evolve as we expand our services and programs.  

We are now offering the following Monthly Sponsorship levels so you or your business can become a part of the mission of Wild Things Freedom Center:

Turtle – $10-24 per month. During the height of the baby season we go through 72-86 puppy pads a day for our fawns in our ICU area. These are small things that we use on a daily basis so your $10, $15 or $20 monthly donation can really add up and joined with others greatly helps all these precious animals. 

 

 

 

Squirrel – $25-$49 per month. You or your business will be acknowledged on the WTFC Facebook page & will receive a car sticker.

 

 

 

 

Raccoon – $50-$99 per month.  You or your business will be acknowledged on the WTFC Facebook page & will receive a car sticker and coffee mug.

 

 

 

 

Fox – $100-$149 per month.  You or your business will be acknowledged on WTFC Facebook page & will receive a car sticker and Wild Things Freedom Center hat. 

 

 

 

 

Opossum – $150-$249 per month.  You or your business will be acknowledged on the WTFC Facebook page & will receive a Wild Things Freedom Center hat and t-shirt. 

 

 

 

 

Horse – $250-$499 per month.  You or your business will be acknowledged on WTFC Facebook page & will receive a Wild Things Freedom Center hat and t-shirt and receive a private tour for 4 people of the Sanctuary.

 

 

 

 

Wolf – $500 and up. You or your business will be acknowledged on WTFC Facebook page,  will receive a WTFC hat, t-shirt, a private tour for 4 people and be mentioned on the Wild Things website. 

 

 

 

 

Here’s What To Do:

To join, please fill out the form below, including your business information if applicable, and select the monthly sponsorship level of your choice. After you click Submit you will be taken to our Paypal page and asked to choose your monthy sponsorship donation level again in the Optional box.  Your first months donation should fall within the dollar range that corresponds to the level you have chosen. Please remember to click on the box that asks if you would like to make this a monthly recurring donation. You can stop your recurring donation at any time. Your Paypal receipt is your receipt for your tax deductible donation.

If you would prefer to send a monthly check please do so by making the check payable to: “Wild Things Freedom Center” and mail it to: Mrs. Jeanette Ouellette, 308 Ryan Morant Lane, Georgetown, SC 29440. Remember to note on your check that it is for our Monthly Sponsorship Program.

Monthly Sponsorship Program
In 2019 we received our first permanent residents from another sanctuary that was closing. Our new residents then were Tatiana, a 24 year old mare, Happy, a 10 year old pig, Freddie and Itty Bit, 2 Salcata tortoises and Ghost a Timber wolf. We now have 2 more horses in our care. Willow, a 14 year old former barrel racer that found herself at auction with permanent damage to her tendons and ligaments and Tango, a beautiful 25 year old piebald gelding who is totally deaf. We have many more permanent residents now at our Sanctuary that will need continuing, life-long care. Your commitment to a monthly sponsorship will help us help them live out their best lives with us.

Here are just a few more of our Permanent Residents!


Electra
Electra

Electra is an adult female that came to us possibly hit by a car but we now suspect she was electrocuted by a transformer…

Ghost
Ghost

Star & Ghost are 2 Timberwolves that came to us from SC-Cares when they had to make the tough decision to close. We were…

Mocha
Mocha

Mocha is our oldest resident at 26 years old. She is a mini horse that came from another rescue in southern South Carolina with…

Rowdy
Rowdy

Rowdy the Goat. To help with the care of Rowdy or his friends please join our Monthly Sponsorship program. Just click on the Donate…

Applejack
Applejack

Applejack is the mother of Cricket and one of our 3 mini horses. Mocha is the third and all three came to us at…

Fidget
Fidget

Fidget was where our rescue adventure started. In March 2011, while working at Ark Animal Hospital, Jeanette was introduced to a newborn raccoon that…

Big Red
Big Red

You always know when Big Red is around. He loves to crow and make himself known. To help in the care of Big Red…

Willow
Willow

Willow is a 14 year old former barrel racer that found herself at auction. She has permanent damage to her tendons and ligaments. 

Penelope
Penelope

Penelope came to us in July 2020 from our local humane society where she was dropped off after being found wandering in someones’ back…

Dazzle & Ginger
Dazzle & Ginger

Dazzle was a surprised arrival when her mother, Ginger, came to the rescue and we were unaware she was pregnant. Dazzle is a love…

Video - Dazzle and his new playmate
Video - Dazzle and his…

Miss Dazzle checking out a new playmate. Miss Dazzle checking out a new playmate. 🥰🐴🐐🐾 Posted by Wild Things on Friday, July 10, 2020…

Itty Bit & Freddie
Itty Bit & Freddie

Itty Bit and his buddy Freddie are 2 Salcata tortoises. They came to us when their former sanctuary had to close.  

Ittybit - video
Ittybit - video

Ittybit getting that itch scratched. Mr Ittybit doing the wiggle dance! 😂💕🐢🐾Thanks for the video Rob. 🤗 Posted by Wild Things on Wednesday, June…

Luna
Luna

Luna was brought to us as a newborn and we knew she would be with us forever. Because of her cinnamon coloring she would…

Luna - video
Luna - video

Good morning Luna! Sweet Miss Luna. She just knows she’s a queen! ❤️💕🦝🐾 Posted by Wild Things on Monday, May 18, 2020  

Cricket
Cricket

Cricket is the son of Applejack and one of our 3 mini horses. Mocha is the third and all three came to us at…

Patches
Patches

Patches came to us from a home where he was no longer wanted. Very sad but he was welcomed to our Sanctuary and he…

Todd
Todd

Todd is the biggest sweetheart and because of that won’t be able to live in the wild on his own. He has been with…

Tatiana
Tatiana

Tatiana came to us from SC-Cares where it was recently discovered that she has EPM, a parasite that has neurological effects. The medication to help…

Happy
Happy

Happy is a 10 year old girl that came to us when her previous sanctuary had to close. She and Vienna get along just…

Vienna
Vienna

Vienna was our first pig. She came to us because her owner thought she would stay small. Well guess what? She didn’t and now…

Tango
Tango

Tango joined the Wild Things Freedom Center family in June 2020 and this will be his forever home. He had a long journey to get…

Guinea Fowl
Guinea Fowl

Guinea Fowl are beautiful birds that you don’t see very often. We have several along with many other animals at the Sanctuary that need…

Did you know?

  • It costs $550 to feed each raccoon until it’s released

  • It costs $63 each week to feed 1 horse & we have 11 horses

  • It costs $50 a day to feed our wolves 

  • It costs $10 a day to feed our foxes

  • It costs $285 to feed each opossum until it’s released

  • It costs $40 a month to feed each tortoise