All Wildlife Rescue & Education Foundation

aka AWRE   |   Long Beach, CA   |  www.awre.org

Mission

To rescue, retrieve, medically evaluate and treat, rehabilitate and release all species of injured wildlife back into their natural habitat (when safe for the animal); and to educate the community to respect and be aware of the wildlife in and around their environment, to care for their environment and appreciate the wildlife that lives within it, with special focus toward educating pre-kindergarten through fifth grade students.

Ruling year info

1997

Principal Officer

mrs Kim Thraen

Main address

379 Newport Ave Ste #302

Long Beach, CA 90814

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EIN

93-1187408

NTEE code info

Single Organization Support (D11)

Animal Protection and Welfare (includes Humane Societies and SPCAs) (D20)

Veterinary Services (D40)

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In 1991 All Wildlife Refuge & Education (AWRE) began serving the Los Angeles area by providing wildlife rescue and rehabilitation services, on a per gratis basis. Examples of the types of animals treated are marine birds injured in oil spills and raptors injured in various accidents and illnesses. In the succeeding years over 10,000 wild animals have been rescued, treated, rehabilitated and when safe for the animal, released back into their natural environment. Our wildlife rescue program includes the world famous AWRE International Public Service Program. This program uses our website, www.awre.org to encourage any and all citizens of any community to contact us, either by e-mail, telephone, postal mail system, etc., with their wildlife problems, questions and any other "difficulties" they may have with the wildlife in their home environment and we respond ASAAWRE added to its mission by providing an environmental education awareness program for pre-kindergarten through fifth grade students of all races in the Los Angeles County School System.

My personal belief is the greatest achievement of AWRE is that it has been able to provide all of its services to all the citizens of all our communities all per gratis, ever since its inception in 1991. AWRE has been able to provide every injured animal that has come its way with the finest of medical care with the latest technologies available, all for free to our community. Think about it, in 1994 when we started gathering AWRE treatment data, AWRE treated 583 wild animals, in 1995-806, in 1996-784, in 1997-1033, in 1998-917, in 1999-940, in 2000-941, in 2001-942, in 2002 AWRE treated 1029 wild creatures of 91 different species, in 2003 AWRE treated 1047 wild creatures of 100 different species. Even our educational programs in the classrooms were all per gratis. What an accomplishment!

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All Wildlife Rescue & Education Foundation

Board of directors
as of 6/7/2016
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Bill Ridgeway, DVM

Brian Newberry

Kim Thraen

Clint Finch