My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Second Chances Wildlife Center, Goshen, KY, USA
Second Chances was created to help injured and abandoned wild animals that would otherwise suffer a slow and agonizing death if left in the wild. The facilities are very clean, well maintained, and safe for the animals as well as for the volunteer staff that works there. The care provider is accredited in animal rehabilitation and very knowledgeable about how to care for all types of wild animals, from raccoons to bats. Second Chances also offers educational programs about our state's wildlife to local public and private schools in Oldham and Jefferson Counties in KY.
Once they are healthy and/or old enough, the animals are slowly transitioned back into the wild through a process that helps them learn to forage for food and adjust to their natural habitat.
Both my 9 year old and my 7 year old have learned a lot from this organization and Brigette Williams, the director and rehab specialist who started Second Chances.