Carolina Wildlife Center
Location5551 Bush River RoadColumbia, SC 29212 United States
The mission of Carolina Wildlife Center is to establish harmony between humans and wildlife in South Carolina while instilling an appreciation for nature. To accomplish this life-saving mission, we provide compassionate care to wildlife affected by natural and human activity: we rescue, rehabilitate, raise, and release sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife; educate our community on how best to coexist with wildlife; and promote a healthy environment through education, outreach, and training.
Carolina Wildlife Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to the rescue and release of sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife. Our goal is to return healthy wildlife back into its natural environment. CWC provides public education regarding the importance of native wildlife and promotes the preservation of wildlife and its natural habitat in urban sites. At CWC, volunteer support is invaluable. CWC needs volunteers to help assist the staff with many daily tasks regarding that support our animal patients, including meal preparation, laundry and housekeeping, cleaning and maintaining animal kennels and enclosures, rescue and transport, education, special events, and facility upkeep. We also use volunteers to help with other special services like data entry, clerical work, yard work, and fundraising.