Are you looking for the perfect gift for the animal lover in your life? Gift an Ecomuseum Zoo animal sponsorship to knock out your Christmas shopping while making a difference in your community and helping to preserve Quebec's wildlife!
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You can become a sponsor by donating to the Ecomuseum Zoo Sponsorship Program. It can't get any easier than that! Every dollar received goes directly towards the cost of long-term care of the animals. All monies donated are indeed eligible for a charitable tax receipt.
Be sure to complete the sponsorship request as soon as possible, and no later than December 21st for pick-up at the zoo before December 24th, if you're trying to beat the Christmas deadline. Otherwise, the sponsorship program is available year round and can be mailed or emailed, depending on the package chosen.
There are four different tiers of sponsorship available based on contribution amount, each package with specific features. As seen below:
Meet the current Ecomuseum Zoo heroes, AKA sponsors, while taking a look at all the beautiful souls who you and your families can sponsor here! Thanks to their contribution, the Ecomuseum Zoo can pursue its objectives of excellence in animal well-being.
For more information and to sponsor an animal head over to the Ecomuseum Zoo's website where you can simply fill out a form.
Here are some of the beautiful souls that you can sponsor today:
The Ecomuseum Zoo may be closed until January 11th, but the shop portion will be open daily from 9 am to 4 pm starting Saturday until December 24th. Their online shop is up and ready to meet your holiday shopping needs as well!
The Ecomuseum Zoo is a registered charity that pursues its mission thanks to the generosity of its donors and volunteers.
There are other ways to contribute to the well-being of the animals at the Ecomuseum Zoo, if the sponsorship program isn't for you. You can explore some additional ways to donate here. Every bit counts towards preserving precious Quebec wildlife!