Get Involved!

Volunteers Needed!

Wildlife Works, Inc. is currently looking for animal care volunteers as well as volunteers to run necessary errands. If you are interested, please see the animal care volunteer brochure below and contact us at (724) 925-6862! You must be 18 or older to volunteer. For more information, see the volunteer informational brochure. Wish List

Wildlife Works, Inc. has created a wish list on that contains supplies we are currently in need of. Through this list, you can have your donated supplies shipped directly to us via! To see our wish list, click here!

Supplies Needed!

Wildlife Works, Inc is always in need of supplies! Click here to download a printable list of the supplies we are currently in need of.

Direct Donations, Membership & Adopt-a-Wildling

If you would like to make a donation to Wildlife Works, Inc, would like to become a member, or would like to Adopt-A-Wildling, you can fill out and mail in the printable form. Or, you can donate directly from our website via PayPal.

Donate Supplies

WWI is always in need of many ordinary household items. If you or your school or organization would like to have a “Collection for Wildlife,” it would be greatly appreciated. Currently, we need laundry and dish detergent, paper towels, tissues, bleach, sunflower seeds, bath towels, batteries (AA & D), bird seed, brooms, envelopes, paper, and postage stamps.

Donate Empty Toner/Ink Cartridges & Old Cell Phones

WWI is accepting doations of empty toner and inkjet cartridges, as well as old cell phones. If you would like to donate any of these items, please contact us at (724) 925-6862 to schedule a time to drop off your donations.

GoodSearch Search Engine

USE GOODSEARCH, a search engine powered by, donates a penny for each search to a registered charity. Go to, select Wildlife Works, and check it out. To date, WWI has raised $444. Make GoodSearch your default search engine. Go to Tools, then Internet Options, then enter

Find a Home For a WWI Donation Can

WWI donation cans on the counters of local businesses and at community events allow the public to conveniently donate to worthy causes. In 2011, $163 was collected from cans at Nature’s Way, New Stanton Veterinary Service, Craftique, Winnie Palmer Earth Day, Seton Hill Ed Program, and Wild Bird. If you know a business or an event that would support WWI in this way, please let us know. Small change adds up !!!