Lindsay Wildlife fundraiser enjoys most successful year ever!
Oct. 18th, 2018 | General, News, Press Releases, Sponsors
WALNUT CREEK, CALIF./October 18, 2018—Lindsay Wildlife Experience’s Ninth Annual premiere fall fundraiser, An Evening at the Bistro, held on Sept. 23, raised more money than ever before! Lindsay raised nearly $100,000 at this annual fundraiser, which is a 30 percent increase over 2017. Hosted by premier sponsors and Va de Vi partners Nan and John Walz, this WILD event […]
Faces of Wildlife Sponsorships
Mar. 18th, 2018 | Sponsors
Sponsorships Available! Lindsay invites you to sponsor Faces of Wildlife, to be held Lindsay Wildlife on April 21, 2018, from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Faces of Wildlife is Lindsay’s signature fundraising event. Guests are primarily drawn from the affluent communities of the suburban east bay—Walnut Creek, Danville, Alamo, and the Lamorinda area. Sponsoring this popular fundraiser provides a […]
Adopt an Animal!
Sep. 11th, 2017 | General, Media Mentions, News, Sponsors
Adopt one of Lindsay’s owls, hawks or eagle today! Makes a great gift! Our animal ambassadors deliver a vital educational message and in return, receive a lifetime of care and attention at Lindsay Wildlife. Now you can help care for them as well by joining our Adopt an Animal program. This is your opportunity to symbolically […]
North American Porcupine Now at Lindsay!
Oct. 6th, 2016 | General, Media Mentions, News, Press Releases, Sponsors
SF Bay Area Premier Wildlife Education and Science Center is the only in the Bay Area with a porcupine as permanent animal ambassador in brand-new exhibit Lindsay Wildlife Experience is excited to announce a new exhibit built for the wildlife center’s spikiest new resident: A six-month-old North American porcupine! A unique and engaging native California […]
Lindsay Wildlife Experience Receives Unprecedented Gift
Aug. 21st, 2015 | General, Hospital Stories, Media Mentions, News, Press Releases, Resources, Sponsors
WALNUT CREEK—Lindsay Wildlife Experience has received a $2.6 million gift from the late Stephen S. Ball—the largest single gift ever made to the 60-year-old wildlife rehabilitation institution. Mr. Ball grew up in Alamo, lived in St. Helena, and worked in his family’s general engineering business, Gordon N. Ball, Inc. Stephen Ball, who died in April […]