As resources allow, AWF continues its presence at several major community
events whenever possible, setting up displays and taking education
animals to Applefest, Spring Fling, and the State Fair, letting people
know about the mission of the Foundation and informing people about
wild animals and ecosystem conservation. Staff and volunteers also
made education presentations to several local community organizations.
Check our Event Calendar for scheduling.
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The Foundation's newsletter, Wildlife Watcher, is published quarterly and mailed to all our members. AWF
continues to be featured in several local newspapers articles, including
the Oregonian, Molalla Pioneer, Canby Herald, and Woodburn Independent.
AWF staff regularly send out flyers to the general public, local
business and other animal welfare and conservation organizations.
Animals (some of which are featured in our newsletters) are referred
to AWF by most major state organizations, including the OR Dept.
of Fish & Wildlife, as well as veterinarians and other animal
Through our community outreach and public awareness programs, AWF
is seeking to expand capacity and enhance program services. AWF
stretches every dollar spent by matching them whenever possible
with in-kind donations, additional funds, and volunteer hours. Find
out how you can help.