There are many ways you can donate to the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium. From contributions to specific funds, to participation in programs that offer special benefits for donors, there are many wild opportunities to show how much you care about conservation and education. Browse through the programs below to find the opportunity that is right for you. For more information about any of the programs below, please call 412-365-2541 or email email@example.com.
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Giving in honor or in memory of a loved one is a lasting way to show you care. When you make an honorary or memorial donation, we will send the individual being recognized or their family an acknowledgement of your gift, as well as a thank-you letter to you to show our appreciation of your generosity.
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Located on over 700 acres of pristine woods, forested land, and secluded rolling hill country in rural Somerset, PA, the International Conservation Center (ICC) is North America’s premier facility for African elephant conservation, education, breeding, training, and research. Operated under the umbrella of the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium, it is the first such facility of its kind run by an AZA-accredited Zoo. It is a facility that provides the greatest hope for the future of the African elephant and other endangered species.
What is still critically needed is a central breeding and rearing maternal health center or an elephant cow/calf barn. This new maternal health center will be designed to facilitate birthing, rearing, training, exercise, and research of the species involved. Contributions to the ICC help support this new center, provide care for the animals who live at the ICC, and fund research.
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The Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium has partnered with aquariums in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia to rescue, rehabilitate, and release sick, injured, or otherwise imperiled sea turtles. Our Zoo takes in turtles who need long-term rehabilitation which frees up space at the coastal institutions so that they can treat turtles who need short-term rehabilitation. Contributions to the Sea Turtle Second Chance Fund allow more turtles to be helped and returned to their home in the ocean, giving them a second chance.
To donate to the Zoo's Sea Turtle Second Chance Program, please click the button below: