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ORGANIZATION: PrideRock Wildlife Refuge

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Priderock Wildlife Refuge

PrideRock Wildlife Refuge provides permanent sanctuary and shelter for mistreated and unwanted wild animals, primarily lions, tigers, cougars, bears and wolves.

It takes a village to keep our residents healthy and happy! We at PrideRock work tirelessly to provide a safe environment for our rescue animals to live out their lives in peace and comfort. In addition to our staff of four, volunteers and interns show up every day to keep our animals fed, clean, enriched, and content. PrideRock residents come to us from a variety of sources, some retired from entertainment, from other refuges, and some from former breeding facilities or private owners.

Board Member Needs:
PrideRock Wildlife Refuge is looking for 1-2 new board members that are passionate about our mission. Potential board members must have a love for wild animals and a drive to help abused wild animals find a safe haven to call their forever home.


Requirements:

  • The board meets once annually, but interaction is appreciated during fundraisers and PrideRock events.
  • Member terms are 12 months.
  • No financial or time requirements.

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About PrideRock Wildlife Refuge

Location:

17194 CR 329, Terrell, TX 75161, US

Mission Statement

To provide a safe, loving and secure home for lions, tigers, cougars, bears, and wolves which have been abused, neglected or abandoned. Without PrideRock, many of these wildlife species would face euthanasia.

Description

Wild animal refuge which takes in abandoned or abused wild animals including big cats and bears, and provides them with species-specific diets, appropriate enclosures, veterinary and medical care as well as enrichment activities and recreational environments for the remainder of their lives.

CAUSE AREAS

Animals
Board Development
Animals, Board Development

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

17194 Co Rd 329Terrell, TX 75160

(32.7431,-96.298)
 

SKILLS

  • Business Development & Sales Management
  • Business Development
  • Donor Management
  • Community Outreach
  • Resource Development / Management

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REQUIREMENTS

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