Our Wishlist

AWCC is always on the lookout for donations! Whether it’s food, books, enrichment items, machinery, or a monetary donation, every bit helps our organization move forward while enriching the daily lives of our animals.

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You can support the AWCC by purchasing an item for us from our Amazon Wishlist »

Please call 907-783-0058 or email us at donations@alaskawildlife.org if you can donate an item on this list.

Amazon Smile

Do you shop on amazon.com? Your online shopping can raise money for the AWCC with AmazonSmile! Name AWCC as your charity of choice and when you shop, Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase price to AWCC.

Want an easy way to always be directed to AmazonSmile when you shop on Amazon? Check out the Google Chrome Extension called Smilematic.

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Food Donations

  • Game meat
  • Red meat
  • Willow, Birch or other Alaskan Brush
  • Poultry
  • Fish
  • Animal treats
  • Bones
  • Produce – please call ahead

*Note: Game and red meat donations must be less than two years old. Meat donations of any kind must not be freezer burnt, cooked, seasoned or smoked.

We have updated our food donation program, and though we graciously accept food donations, the AWCC cannot permit free admission with your donation. In addition, under regulations #92.210 and #5AAC75.015 the AWCC cannot barter or trade in exchange for food donations.

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Kitchen Items and Appliances

  • New or used chest freezer (2)
  • Stainless steel triple sink
  • Faucet with pull down/pull out
  • Refrigerator with bottom freezer
  • Stainless commercial prep tables (4)
  • Commercial dishwasher
  • Good knives – Cleaver, Chef’s, Utility


  • 14 passenger HC accessible shuttle

Building Materials

  • 500 square feet floor tile
  • Cinder blocks
  • Split rail fencing

Help us fundraise for a
NEW Animal Clinic & Housing building

"These additions and expansions will make it possible for us to provide the best care for resident animals and allow us to expand opportunities to rescue, care for, and potentially release injured and orphaned animals back into the wild."  Dr. Oakley, AWCC Head Veterinarian