Feathered Friends Forever is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization operated entirely by volunteers. Unlike high profile “publicity charities” or those who want your “fair share” at work, we have no paid staff so all your contributions go into the operation of the rescue and benefit the birds. You aren’t paying the salary for someone who makes more than you do, and isn’t that what a true non-profit should be?
Tax deductible donations are welcomed in any amount. There is a link to PayPal, we accept major credit cards, you can send a check to the address below and we even take cash when you visit in person!
Fund raising can be a great educational experience for children, and sponsoring a bird can be an ongoing project for any classroom, to be passed from one year to the next. Adding one or more of the birds to your holiday mail list is also a fun way to remember your feathered friends here at the Rescue!
Thank you for your caring and generosity!
Feathered Friends Forever Rescue/Refuge, Inc.
612 Byrd Drive
Harlem, GA 30814
Thank you to all those who have supported FFF!
The Wilkes Family
Building Fund Supporters:
The Wilkes Family
(Being updated - THANKS!)
Bird Club Supporters:
Ann Arbor Companion Bird Club
Amex Corp. (Employee Gift Match Program)
Lafeber Company (bird food)
Flight Builder Supporters:
Amazona Society ( TAS )
Ann Arbor Companion Bird Club (http://aacbc.org/
Carports installed on your site ready lot starting at $695.00
Call us for further details & other buildings available & prices.
The sales of these car ports help raise funds for the rescue, we can have installed all over the country.
Contact Us for more information!
Help A Bird Today!
There are many ways you can help support Feathered Friends Forever.
We also have PayPal available for credit card contributions (see below), along with accepting checks by mail.
Feathered Friends Forever
is located @ 612 Byrd Drive in Harlem, GA 30814
Phone (706) 556-2424
Meeting our dur daily operating expenses is made possible by the generousity of people just like you. Will you help save a bird today?
See our current Newsletter for the latest news and info.