Get Involved

Become a member

For a one-time donation of Rs 3000, you get a membership for life. As a member, you’ll get updates on activities at the centre and our campaigns.  Most of all, you’ll  know that you’re supporting local wildlife!

Download the form here. Mail it to our administrative office (the address on the form itself is our registered office, which is different):

Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre, 18/1, Kensington Apts, Flat D-GF, Ulsoor Cross Road, Ulsoor, Bangalore 560 008.
Phone: +91 80 2294 7307/ +91 80 2294 7317
(9 am – 6 pm, Mon-Sat).

 

Donate

WRRC relies completely on donations from individuals and organisations. Your donation can make the difference to the life of a precious animal or bird! All cash donations are eligible for exemption under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act. Visit the Donate page for details.

Adopt an enclosure

Adopt the kite, parakeet or bonnet macaque enclosures. The inmates are not permanent residents, but given the number of animals that come to the rescue centre, these enclosure are always full. By adoption, you can undertake to sponsor feed for the enclosure for a month. Write to communications@wrrcindia.org for details.

Volunteer

Volunteer.334184217

WRRC welcomes volunteers to contribute at their pace and convenience. As a WRRC volunteer, you will have the opportunity to work for animals at the Bannerghatta Rehab Centre, spread awareness and humane education, raise funds and help the managing committee with their tasks. We do not allow handling animals without the permission and supervision of the veterinarian.

Click here to download the volunteer form, and write to us at  communications@wrrcindia.org. All volunteer requests will have to be approved by the Board.

Merchandise

We’re working on new T-shirt designs – watch this space!

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Get in touch

We welcome your comments and queries! Please see our Contact Us page.

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