are an enormous number of things that must be done to keep this
sanctuary going. We need funds
for building materials, donations
of items (see our Wish List) and help with
many projects we just cannot do ourselves. We need to expand animal
enclosures, rewire all the electricity, re-roof the barns and completely
fence in the property.
course, there is a day-to-day need for donations
for food. All our animals eat 365 days a year.
We need everyone's help, no matter how small. Please consider
of our extended family (see how to become a member)!
Or sponsor an animal. Click here to sponsor an animal.
make a donation on Paypal,
make Valley of the Kings your charity of choice at https://smile.amazon.com, donate what you sell on eBay,
help the environment plus the animals by recycling,
shop at Great
Gifts! or order Boomer Balls for the big cats to play with. You
can find all these links these on What's
you would like to help make a difference, workdays are
every Saturday from 10:30 a.m. until...? If you'd like to make a difference
come on Saturday to volunteer or join our Construction Crew. Everyone
has a knack for something.
contact the following following people:
Construction projects: Vince Kuzara (847)428-8152
General volunteering: Jayne Rohleder
(414)483-8111 or cell 414-426-VOTK(8685)
or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
to help without giving money?
Lots of folks have asked this question. There are plenty of ways to help without
spending a dime. Try some of these ideas:
- Spread the word about us and our animals and our
many, many needs to your friends, families, classmates, co-workers;
- Tell folks about this web site -- they can visit
our photo gallery and see our beautiful animals;
- Download our brochure
(requires Adobe Reader), print out several copies and distribute them
(maybe your local pet food store would let you put a pile of them
on their counter);
- Ask friends & neighbors to solicit donations
of matching gifts from their employers;
- Locate businesses that can donate items from our
- Hold a fundraiser