Art For Wildlife

For years I have supported the efforts of the Triangle Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic and as of December 2012 they have had to close their doors. They need the help of the community to open back up and continue to provide their wonderful service of helping save the lives of wildlife in need.

The Chapel Hill Art Gallery is hosting an event to raise money for the TWRC and I will be doing my part by performing at the Art For Wildlife Exhibit Reception on Friday, March 8th, 2013 between 6-9pm. My CDs will be for sale and a portion of the proceeds will go to support the TWRC. There are about 40 artists in the area that are also donating the proceeds of the sale of their artwork to the TWRC. All art will be on display for the month of March.

Join me in what will be a fun and rewarding evening!



Triangle Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic (TWRC) treats over 2,000 injured and orphaned wild animals a year. TWRC was forced to close their site on Seaton Road in Durham in December 2012. They are now in the process of rebuilding, and major support is needed. This spring they need to be up and running to serve virtually 1000’s of wounded and orphaned wildlife. Strong community support through funding and volunteer commitment is vital for the reopening of TWRC. To help re-establish the clinic, Chapel Hill Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition to benefit TWRC. Volunteers to help with the event are also welcome.

MEET Artists and Wildlife Rehabilitators and learn about Triangle Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic at the Friday March 8th 6-9 pm and Saturday March 9 12-4pm reception. The exhibit will hang for the whole month of March. Please come and support Triangle Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic!

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