Thank you for helping Pacific Wild protect wildlife and their habitat in the Great Bear Rainforest. Your support is what makes our work possible and it is due to individuals like yourself that our conservation efforts can make an impact. Below are several ways to support our work:
Support our Great Bear LIVE program and our advocacy and conservation campaigns! Our work includes the maintenance and expansion of our live cameras and advocacy campaigns to stop the grizzly bear trophy hunt and gain protection for wolves, the No Tankers campaign and advocating for protection of threatened species and habitat.
You can donate to Pacific Wild Alliance to support conservation campaigns via PayPal below.
***Please note that we are unable to provide charitable tax receipts for donations made to Pacific Wild Alliance.***
Become a Monthly Donor: Monthly donations are an excellent way to support our work throughout the year, helping us to plan ahead for our programs and projects, and reduce administrative costs. To make a recurring gift, subscribe here:
One-time Donation: To make a one-time donation please donate below
Cheques payable to the Pacific Wild Alliance are gratefully received and can be mailed to:Pacific Wild
PO Box 26
Denny Island, BC
To donate by phone, or for more information on making donations and gift of securities, please call 250-957-2480.
The GBEAR Project is a partnership initiative between Pacific Wild and Tides Canada Initiatives Society, supporting research and education-based endeavours. Charitable donations can be made on our Tides Canada GBEAR donation page. You can also make a donation to the Great Bear Education and Research Initiative at Tides Canada Initiatives Society by sending your completed donation form to Tides Canada (fax number, email, and mailing addresses included on form). To donate over the phone, contact the Tides Canada Initiatives Society office at 1-866-843-3722 ext. 1.
In the United States? Visit our sister organization, Pacific Wild Alliance, Inc, to make U.S. charitable donations.