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Rescued fawn at Holly's Nest

Donate to Help Our NC Animal Rescue

Holly's Nest is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Organization in Sanford NC

Thank you for considering a donation to Holly's Nest.  Every dollar goes directly to the care and treatment of our beloved fawns, groundhogs, squirrels, opossums, raccoons, raptors, and so many more! The staff at Holly's Nest does not draw any salary for their amazing work.

Our costs include feed, medical treatment, antibiotics, and enclosures. We have custom built fawn houses, owl sanctuaries, raptor enclosures, aviaries, specialized possum enclosures, bunny hutches, concrete pool for beavers and ducks. However, our tiniest babies often live in one of our 3 state of the art incubators or under heat lamps until they are well enough to be moved into other housing.

While our primary season runs April through October, we are always taking in babies and making improvements to our facility. Please consider becoming one of our monthly donors. That steady income helps more than you know.

Ways to Donate

Fawns being cared for at Holly's Nest
Donate Online

One-time or Monthly

Venmo: @Byron-Wortham

CashApp: $HollysNest

or through PayPal:

Rescued baby mammal at Holly's Nest
Send a Check

Holly's Nest

PO Box 4086

Sanford, NC 27331

Questions? Contact us:

Rescued baby fox at Holly's Nest
Sponsor a Rescue

Sponsor a certain animal or bird of your choice to support their feeding needs

Rescued baby owl at Holly's Nest
Donate Supplies

Check out our Wish List page to order from Amazon or to see items we need most right now

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Sponsor A Holly's Nest Rescue

The prices listed below are our costs to rehabilitate one animal and return it to the wild.

Fawn being bottle fed

Fawn Rehab: $600

Feeding Needs: Formula, Oats, Blueberries, Grapes, Watermelon, Deer Pellets, Kale, Apples, Acorns

Beaver being bottle fed

Beaver Rehab: $300

Feeding Needs: Formula, Kale, Grapes, Carrots, Sweet Potatoes

Person holding an owl

Owl Rehab $250

Feeding Needs: Frozen Mice

Baby raccoon on log

Raccoon Rehab: $100

Feeding Needs: Formula, Oats, Puppy Chow, Vanilla Wafers, Ritz Crackers

Baby squirrel sitting on woman's arm

Squirrel Rehab: $25

Feeding Needs: Formula, Mixed Nuts

Person holding a baby skunk

Donor's Choice $$

Additional Feeding Needs: Cat Food, Meal Worms, Yogurt

Rescued fawns lined up to feed at Holly's Nest NC
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