Mary Anderson, volunteer consultant who is finishing her Master’s Degree in Applied Behavioral Science through the Leadership Institute of Seattle at Bastyr University, for being a sensitive facilitator and excellent trainer.
Controlled Energy Corporation for donating tankless water heaters to help with wild animal rescue efforts and care.
1200 Bistro, Amici Bistro, Carmelita, Circa, Julia’s Of Wallingford, Julia’s On Broadway, Serafina, Stumbling Goat Bistro, and Taster’s Wok for another successful "PAWS for a Bite" event and their generous donations.
The Ould Triangle for a successful Pub Night, raising over $2,400 for the Wildlife Center.
Sarah and Ed Kuerner for hosting a Black Tales—a wonderful event introducing new friends to PAWS.
Our hundreds of volunteers who not only give tirelessly everyday, but went the extra mile helping at PAWSwalk.
Volunteer Vivian Bennett and her super crew of volunteers for the new improvements to the Wildlife Center landscaping.
Veterinarians Dick Fussell and Heather Stewart for assisting staff veterinarians in the Wildlife Center on a regular basis.
Mel Watson and her band Fruit for donating KMR for all the bottle-feeding kittens in foster care.
Volunteers who sent a message to the people of Everett about the cruelty of circuses.
Volunteers from Washington Mutual and Worktank Media on the United Way Day of Caring for helping us get ready for the wet winter.
Volunteers from BECU, Adobe, Boeing and BEAN for performing necessary maintenance at PAWS.
Volunteers from Nordstrom for sorting through animal supplies.
Craig Overby, Graphic Design intern from Shoreline Community College, for designing the "Wildlife Rescue" brochure.
Safeway for their ongoing contribution of cat carriers.
Vicki Nelson – the glue that holds DCR together.