There are so many other ways to help us save raptors besides making monthly donations or volunteering. Read below for some of the other ways you can be part of giving an injured raptor "A Second Chance at Freedom."
Shopping through iGive.com is an easy and free way to help raise money to care for and rehabilitate our amazing raptors! iGive.com has partnered with over 1600 stores and a percentage of every purchase you make through iGive.com will be donated to Rocky Mountain Raptor Program at no cost to you. For more information or to start shopping, click here.
Did you know that Amazon will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchase to the nonprofit of your choice? Amazon Smile is the same Amazon that you are used to shopping at, with the added bonus of helping Rocky Mountain Raptor Program. For more information and to sign up, click here.
Goodshop has a collection of coupons for hundreds of online retailers that not only save you money, but also help to save raptors as well. When you use one of the coupon codes on Goodshop, a percentage of your sale will be donated to the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program. GoodShop is easy to use. Simply search for Rocky Mountain Raptor Program on GoodShop's homepage, click on the RMRP link that pops up, and then sign up. After that, just search for the name of the retailer that you want to shop from, find great coupons to save you money, and shop! GoodShop will take you to the retailer's website and a percentage of any purchase you make will help save raptors. For more information, click here.
GoodSearch is a search engine powered by Yahoo! Every time you securely search the web through GoodSearch, about one penny is donated to your preferred charity. In order to help RMRP, you will need to create a GoodSearch account and choose RMRP as your charity. The sign up button is in the upper left hand corner and it is simple and free to sign up.
Help us save raptors and save the world at the same time by donating your aluminum cans. We make regular runs to the recycling center and all the money from recycled cans goes to rescuing and rehabilitating raptors. Please give us a call to schedule a time to drop off your cans.
Pick up a change jar the next time you are at the RMRP. Drop your coins in it at the end of the day, bring it to your classroom for fellow students to add coins, set it on the counter of your business. Eventually the change adds up. Bring the jar back when it is full. This is a fun and easy way to support the raptors.
Recycle Your Bailing Twine
Many birds, especially Osprey, get tangled in bailing twine which they pick up in the fields and then use as nesting material. This is a problem that has a simple fix. Please gather up all bailing twine after use. Colorado has a Twine Recycling Program to take it to. This way it keeps it out of the talons of raptors and prevents potential injury. Go to this website; twinerecycling.com to learn about where you can drop off that twine. Thank you!