PanGaia Festival and North Western Circles Association (host of PanGaia Festival) are dedicated to providing our very worthy causes with the maximum donation we can manage after festival expenses are met. For that reason, no performer, coordinator, or festival staff is financially compensated in any way. We work aggressively to keep our overhead to a minimum, pinching pennies wherever we can, to give these wonderful organizations all of the support we can offer.
Our current beneficiary is:
(As stated on their website)
Our goal at Sacramento Wildlife Center is to provide high quality care to wild animals in need at no cost to the rescuer, including sick, injured, and orphaned individuals. All animals in our care will be treated by experienced wildlife rehabbers working under the consultation of veterinarians, with the assistance of our team of well trained volunteers. All animals in our facility’s care will be medically examined and treated, kept in enclosures suitable to their needs, provided with food catered specifically to their species’ dietary requirements, before being released back into the wild after recovery.
In addition to wildlife rehabilitation, Sacramento Wildlife Center is committed to educating our community on the importance of wildlife and our local ecosystems. We aim to provide people with the kind of experiences that help to create life long environmental advocates. We plan on inspiring the members of our community through classroom programs, educational events, up close encounters with wild ambassador animals, and an interactive visitor’s center. Additionally, our volunteer and intern programs will provide passionate individuals with the opportunity to work side by side with wildlife rehabilitation experts as they gain hands on experience working with various species of animals.