Nottingham Nature Nook is a non-profit wildlife rehabilitation service operating in East Lansing, MI. The owner, Cheryl Connell-Marsh, is a certified wildlife rehabilitation specialist and has been helping to save the lives of injured and orphaned wild animals for over 25 years.
The Nature Nook cares for wildlife and prepares them for release into the wild. They also work to educate the public on the wildlife of the area. Nottingham Nature Nook provides an invaluable service to the community by filling the gap left by services that concentrate on domestic animals.
While caring for these animals is a labor of love, it is also expensive. Food, medicine, housing and labor time are all factors which contribute to costs which far exceed the donated funds which the Nook receives.
Now you can help with just a finger tap. Independent Bank is giving away $5,000 each to four local non-profits. $5000 would go a tremendously long way toward helping animals and ensuring that Nottingham Nature Nook can continue its vital work. Just follow the link and click the vote button. You can vote once a day until September 7, 2015: http://bit.ly/1JPz0a6
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