Fri 21 April 2017 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm / Clyde Iron Works

Buy tickets / join the guest list
This year’s fundraiser is set to be the biggest yet and we look forward to seeing you there! Appetizers, drinks and live music are included!  Follow our event on Facebook for all the latest news about items up for bid, vendors and entertainment.
$25 until through April 18
$30 at the door

Bid on some great items like…

Vacation Packages


Bid on a Bahamas or Caribbean Cruise for 2, a Sailing Experience for 2 on an America’s Cup Yacht, or a Lake Tahoe weekend getaway for 4
Marathon Entry

Skip the race lottery, you could win a much-coveted guaranteed entry into the Gary Bjorklund Half-Marathon, sponsored by Grandma’s Marathon.
Jewelry, Art, Memberships and more!

We’re still collecting some great items for you to bid on so follow our event on Facebook for the latest!


ABOUT WILDWOODS https://wildwoodsrehab.org/about/

Wildwoods is a 501(c)3 nonprofit wildlife rehabilitation organization in Duluth, Minnesota. We work to help orphaned, sick, and injured animals return to their natural lives. We also strive to be a resource for people who find these animals, and to educate people on ways to reduce human/wildlife conflict. We invite you to browse through pictures and information on this site. We are fortunate to live in such a wild, wonderful corner of the world!
Mission
To promote understanding, appreciation, and well being of wildlife and the world we share through compassion, care, and community involvement.
Values
We believe that our nature and wildlife add immeasurably to our quality of life

We respect and value animals of all species

We provide high quality care to all wildlife brought to us

We establish cooperative relationships with other professionals working towards similar goals

Goals
Provide humane care for sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife, with the ultimate goal of return to the wild

Provide wild animals a dignified life while in our care, and if necessary, a dignified ending to that life

Be a resource for people who find wild animals in need

Foster understanding and appreciation of our wild neighbors