Dawn currently has donated over $250,000 each the International Bird Rescue and The Marine Mammal Center in their effort to save wildlife.
Over the last 30 years, the success rate for wildlife rescue from oil pollution has increased exponentially. Dawn dishwashing liquid has been a vital tool for wildlife conservation organizations, with thousands of donated bottles cleansing and helping more than 75,000 animals in the last 30 years.
The Marine Mammal Center is a nonprofit veterinary hospital, research and educational center dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of ill and injured marine mammals. Since 1975, the Center has been headquartered in the Marin Headlands, within the Golden Gate National Parks, and has rescued and treated more than 17,000 marine mammals.
Dawn’s donations hope to support more knowledge about marine mammal’s health and their ocean environment. TMMC helps rescue and rehabilitate sick and injured marine mammals with state-of-the-art animal care and research facilities, a corps of dedicated volunteers, and an engaged community.
International Bird Rescue has been saving seabirds and other aquatic birds around the world since 1971. Bird Rescue’s team of specialists operates two year-round aquatic bird rescue centers in California, which care for over 5,000 birds every year, and have led oiled wildlife rescue efforts in over 200 oil spills in more than a dozen countries.
IBR’s main hub is located in Long Beach, California. With two wildlife facilities also integrated with OWCN, help support wildlife in case of oil spills on lands and in rivers and oceans. IBS also helps run the Alaska Wildlife Response Center located in Anchorage.
And there is a way to get involved by joining the community on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/dawnsaveswildlife) you can find ways to help within your neighborhood or in larger events coast to coast.Tweet
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