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 El Dorado High School 

 raising funds for "raspberry's resort"

Sierra Wildlife Rescue

Project overview

During the 21-22 program year, the Hands4Hope Club at El Dorado High School raised awareness and collected funds for an animal at Sierra Wildlife Rescue (SWR). Sierra Wildlife Rescue, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is dedicated to the mission of preserving El Dorado County’s wildlife through public education and by rehabilitating and releasing injured and orphaned native animal species.

The club's goal was to raise funds to build an enclosure for a new animal ambassador named "Raspberry". She is a miner cat, ringtail, that was spotted on the side of the road near a raspberry patch. After it was observed that her mother never returned after several hours, she was brought to SWR for help. She was not a candidate for release, so hopefully she will become the newest ambassador for the education program.   


El Dorado HS Hands4Hope Club raised $357.

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The club sold Critter cards!

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Project Updates

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The club raised $357.74 by selling
Critter Cards on campus and
hosting a ring toss game
at the Wopumnes Tribe's Earth Day Festival
project upates

Thank you for your support

Ms. Reed                  Ms.Pereira               Robyn Parker        

Trisa O'Rilley            Ms. Hedegard         Valeta Farwell

Chelsey Collins        Kristen Rickey

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