Sid and Ginger needed a new home. The mothers of these two pure-bred baby bison had rejected them, and CSU-Fort Collins didn’t have capacity to give them the 24-hour care they needed to thrive.
A few years ago, we may not have been able to take in these astounding creatures. Hand-raising bison means keeper overtime, hundreds of gallons of extra milk, and, eventually, a lot of food. In their first six months, bison calves gain more than 300 pounds! Your support makes it possible for Sid and Ginger to call Pueblo home. Donate NOW!
Why schedule or make your donation on Colorado Gives Day?
First Bank & Community First Foundation team up to provide an incentive fund that gives extra money to non-profits based on how much money they raise. This means if you donate on 12/5 through the Colorado Gives Day website, we get more money than if you give through our website any other day of the year. Donate here!