Save the Animal Rescue Foundation (STAR Foundation) is a non-profit organization who's mission is "to mitigate the damage done to the wild population through the progress of humans." What began as a lost and found service helping pets be reunited with their human families has turned into something so much bigger. STAR unfortunately had no facility for volunteers to work with the animals but has created a network of licensed rehabilitation workers, meaning veternarians who are williing to work with wildlife. However, they recently obtained 2-acres of property and are working on renovating and expanding the building so as to operate a wildlife hospital of their own, free of charge. They are that dedicated!
What they offer, as of now, if advice on how to manage wild animals who have found their way into your attic or garbage recepticales or how to handle an injured animal. Classes are offered in the Spring for people looking to volunteer and educational services through a quarterly newsletter and display booths at community fairs and events that teach the public how humans affect wildlife and what we all can do different to help preserve and conserve the habits of our local wildlife.
Donations are always welcome.