Check our Fundraisers Events Calendar for our next FUNdraising activities.
There is always everyday fundraising when we are not having major fundraising events (see below).

Shop the PRWC Gift Store
You can Shop online 24/7 or at the Center’s Brick and Mortar Store from 11a – 4p everyday. Learn more »

Shop Amazon Smile
You shop. Amazon gives. Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. Learn more »

Host your own fundraiser for PRWC
Want to host your own fundraising idea to raise money for the PRWC? Call us at 941-637-3830 for details.

Calling all Shutter Bugs
Peace River Wildlife Center is offering photographers the unique opportunity to photograph native Florida wildlife on educational display at our Center, within their habitats. Your $100 donation for one hour will directly benefit PRWC’s permanent residents in the form of food and medical supplies to keep them happy and healthy. Learn more »

Shop Humble Bundle
Shop Humble Bundle, a leading retailer of digital games and eBooks. Each purchase of games, books, bundles and subscriptions raises money for PRWC, simply choice PRWC as your Charity. Learn more »

E-Bay Buyers and Sellers
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Shop with I-Give
Shop online from over 1,900 participating stores and a percentage is donated to your favorite charity, PRWC. Join Now to help Peace River Wildlife Center every time you shop! Learn more »

Recycling Program
A substantial part of our ongoing fundraising is derived from our recycling program. You can drop off your cans seven days a week at the Center. There are large green containers located by our back white gate on Ponce de Leon Parkway on the right side just before entering our parking area.   Learn more »

Shop for Personal Protection and Home Security
Criminal Repellent gives buyers a 5% discount and donates 50% of all profits directly to the PRWC. Occasionally Criminal Repellent offers a FREE prize giveaway by simply liking PRWC on Facebook and participating in the contests; “Caption this” and “What is this?”.  Learn more »