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A PLACE CALLED HOPE
A RAPTOR RESCUE, REHABILITATION AND EDUCATION CENTER
DEDICATED TO THE PRESERVATION OF WILDLIFE
Department Of Energy and Environmental Protection In CT. (860) 424-3011 
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Contact A Place Called Hope
A Place Called Hope is a Rehabilitation and Education Center for Birds of Prey. Our goal is to heal injured, orphaned, or ill birds and return them to the wild where they belong.  Federal permits allow us to house and work with the birds that can not be returned to their natural world provided we share them through educational presentations. These particular birds have become ambassadors and have helped us to educate the public.  They also teach all of us how to co-exist more peacefully with the wildlife in our very own backyards.
     A Place Called Hope is a 501 c 3 non profit organization run entirely by volunteers along with donations of time, supplies and money from our supporters. If you would like to learn more about how you can help, please send us an email.  If you would like to make a financial contribution please use our donations tab.  Thank you for your continued support. A little goes a long way.

A PLACE CALLED HOPE has RELOCATED! 



PROJECTS  

Attention Scouts! We will have endless projects in clearing and making trails on this new property! We will need help immediately to get this place in order for the Birds and for the public the birds attract. Once trails are in place, we will need to maintain them as well. Talk to Pack Leaders and suggest projects of this nature. There is so much to do! and so much to enjoy!

EXPANSION 

Since 2007 A Place Called Hope has grown at a steady pace. The call for our unique services keeps us busy all over the state. Our current location has served us well, but in order for us to continue to meet our demands and realize our dreams for the future, we must relocate. WE NEED YOUR HELP! The Birds need your assistance. All donations are 100% tax deductible.


 NEW LOCATION 

We have found the ideal property in Killingworth nestled away on 9.1 acres. The perfect setting for our new and improved Facility as well as additional Aviaries including one suitable for Bald Eagles. This parcel is private and a river runs through it! The birds will be in their glory. But most importantly, there is room to grow. Consider being a part of this exciting process by making a tax deductible donation.




THE FUTURE UNFOLDS 
A PLACE CALLED HOPE envisions a bright FUTURE. We have plans for more aviaries, handicap accessibility, a Rehabilitation Building, trails, and eventually an Education Center where indoor programming will take place along with seminars and opportunities for learning about Connecticut's native wildlife. Join us in this vision... go to www.aplacecalledhoperaptors.com and click on the Donate tab or send us a tax deductible donation to APCH 154 Pond Meadow Road Killingworth, CT 06419 Thank You for Your Continued Support.



OTHER WAYS TO HELP
Are you skilled in Carpentry? Clearing Brush? Cutting Trees? Making Trails? Electricals? Water Lines? Do you own a BackHoe? Drive a large truck? Have a trailer? We can certainly use the extra hands and skilled labor. Please email us at hope4raptors@yahoo.com to inquire about OTHER WAYS TO HELP. Thank You.  
OUR SINCERE APPRECIATION  
Thank you for the five years of support. We would not be successful without your dedication of time, supplies and money. We can't do any of this alone! It takes a team of volunteers to fulfill our shared mission devoted to the preservation of wildlife. Thank you for taking part. The Birds Thank You too.

Contact Info

Christine Cummings 203-804-3453 Grace Krick 860-575-9791 Todd Secki 203-214-2846
hope4raptors@yahoo.com www.aplacecalledhoperaptors@yahoo.com 


Tim Harvey
November 14 

For my Eagle Scout Project I've decided to build a boardwalk through a swampy area at A Place Called Hope that will connect trails of a nature walk and also allow handicap access. The boardwalk will be 3ft wide and approximately 140ft long. The estimated cost for my project is about $1400. If anybody would like to donate to help fund my project, it would be greatly appreciated. Checks can be made out to "BSA Troop 72" and mailed to Tim Harvey P.O. Box 2194 Middletown, CT 06457
EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT
2013