The Racine Zoo is very active within the local community. Their specialists educate and inspire all ages, from preschoolers to seniors, on the importance of conservation education and ways to connect with wildlife.
The mission of the Racine Zoo is to foster an enlightening and affordable wildlife experience that improves the bond between people and nature. They aim to provide a sanctuary for positive interaction between people and the natural world.
How the zoo helps
The Conservation Education Department of the Racine Zoo is dedicated to promoting awareness of conservation issues through engaging, educational, and entertaining zoo experiences. The Racine Zoo is involved in many local, national, and international conservation initiatives including the ornate box turtle head-start program, Frog Watch USA, Seafood Watch Program, and more.
Giving to the Racine Zoo
The Racine Zoo’s Animal Care Department provides essential daily and veterinary care to over 300 animals and 75 different species that call the Racine Zoo home. Just like you, our animals need to eat and have dentist visits! Each animal requires unique care and enrichment as well as proactive care to live long, healthy lives. As a nonprofit, the price tag is steep for the special care our animals require. They are looking to raise much-needed funds.
Donors play a crucial role to keep the community’s 98-year-old zoo running. Through the generous support of the community, the zoo can continue to create new experiences and memories for guests of all ages for years to come. A donation of any size makes a difference.
To donate to the Racine Zoo, click the button below. For more information on programs, events, and how your dollars help, visit the Racine Zoo online, email firstname.lastname@example.org, give them a call at (262) 636-9189, or stop on down to 200 Goold Street, Racine, WI 53402.