Wishing Well Sanctuary is a registered charity. Tax receipts will be provided for donations of $20 and over.
One of the Wishing Well Sanctuary's mandates is to rescue farmed animals from abuse, neglect and cruelty. If you share your life with animals you will already understand how expensive it can be.
If you have read our Sanctuary News you will know some of the challenges with which we are faced. All the animals are given species specific diets to maintain optimal health. The pigs, goats, horses and donkeys all need to have their hooves trimmed regularly.
Sponsor an Animal
Your monthly gift will allow us to continue caring for the animals to a high standard, as well it may also afford us the chance of rescuing others who need our help.
When you sponsor one of the animals you will receive a sponsorship certificate which includes a picture of the animal you have chosen.
Help the Sanctuary by donating much needed supplies and services.
Wishing Well Programs Bursary
These bursaries enable us to invite students of all ages who might not otherwise be able to attend our humane education programs.
The "Cozy Fund"
One of Wishing Well's most ardent supporters initiated the "Cozy Fund" to cover our veterinary bills, in loving memory of three of her dogs. Donations to this account will be used exclusively to pay for veterinary treatment.
Wishing Well Sanctuary is now a Charity Partner of ChangeIt®! This is a new way to give while making everyday purchases. ChangeIt® lets you automatically round up your purchases and donate the difference to us!
How to Help
To support us in our efforts, please send us a cheque made out to Wishing Well Sanctuary or make a donation using Paypal.
Build a Wish
Help the sanctuary by donating much needed supplies.
Good quality fresh fruit and vegetables
Cat litter, cat food (dry and wet pate)
Gift cards (Canadian Tire, Home Depot)
Transport trailer (e.g. horse trailer)
Material for new shelters
Individual donations of $1,000 or more will receive a plaque that will be placed in our Reflections Centre.