Published on April 14, 2020

Support Your Sanctuary During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Your Help is Needed Now More Than Ever

Eastern Bluebird next to a small puddle © Peter Weis
Eastern Bluebird © Peter Weis

At Broad Meadow Brook Wildlife Sanctuary, there is a lot we can do while working remotely:

  • Share nature activities and short programs featuring signs of spring, birding by ear, mosses, and more.
  • Help members and staff focus on the nature of their own backyards or neighborhoods.
  • Communicate news via our Facebook page, website, and through emails.
  • Learn new ways to connect with each other and meet virtually by using online video tools and apps.

But we can't host school field trips, April vacation days, public programs, or special events—and our budget is feeling the impact.

→ Donations to offset these losses are urgently needed. ←

If you are in a position to contribute, please consider making a gift to help the sanctuary cover this unexpected funding gap.

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If you'd like to discuss how you might be able to help, please feel free to reach out to any member of our sanctuary staff by email. Feel free to contact Sanctuary Director Deb Cary by email or by calling 508-450-5590 so she can connect you with others.

Thank you for your support.

The staff at Broad Meadow Brook look forward to the day they are able to welcome you back to the sanctuary. Nature perseveres—and we will too!