The Creekspirit Wildlife Foundation welcomes your interest in its activities and programs.

The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private operating foundation organized under the laws of the State of California. Donations can be made as part of the Golden Bear Circle or separately, on an unrestricted basis. All donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law and will be acknowledged by letter that can be used to substantiate your deduction. Donations can be made by check, MasterCard or Visa. To complete your donation, you may donate online through Paypal through the "Donate" buttons below or mail your check to the Creekspirit Wildlife Foundation, 1040 Mission Canyon Rd., Santa Barbara, CA 93105.  You will be sent a form to complete that will be used to acknowledge and/or memoralize your donation.  General purpose donations or restricted donations may be made online through the "Donate" button below.


The Golden Bear Circle:
There are two different levels to contribute to Creekspirit Wildlife Foundation as part of the Golden Bear Circle.

Bear Cub Golden Circle ($250)

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Bear Cub - A donation of $250 sponsors the creation of a Golden Bear mosaic, 7-1/2” x 4” in size, handmade by Patti Jacquemain. A limited number of Golden Bears will be mounted permanently on the soffit in the Dome of the Great Bear in the donor’s name or the name of someone the donor wishes to have remembered. Each Golden Bear is hand cut from Baltic birch and covered with 24k gold leaf mosaic tiles from Italy. $60 of the donation will go to repay the Foundation for the materials from which the Golden Bear is made; the remainder will go to the Creekspirit Wildlife Library’s acquisition fund, to be used to purchase books and other library materials in support of Creekspirit’s mission.

Papa Bear Golden Circle ($1,000)

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Papa Bear - A donation of $1,000 sponsors the creation of a larger Golden Bear mosaic, 11” x 6-1/2” in size, also handmade by Patti Jacquemain of the same materials and installed in the Dome of the Great Bear. In addition to repaying the Foundation for materials ($80), the remainder of the donation ($920) will be equally divided between the Creekspirit Wildlife Library’s acquisition fund, its educational publications fund, and its “Wildlife in Need” program.