To donate on-line, please click on the CanadaHelps.org button.
If you would like to make a donation by phone, please call 416-392-9107 (Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm), or print the PDF donation form and mail to:
Toronto Zoo Development
361A Old Finch Avenue
Toronto ON M1B 5K7
Since the Toronto Zoo opened,
Premier Salon's Cut. Style. Save For The Toronto Zoo.
Sunday, August 24
Helping to save and protect species is always in style! Come on out to Premier Hair Salon's Bay Scarborough Town Centre location, on Sunday August 24, 2014 from 11 am to 5 pm, and get a fabulous cut and style. Men are only $20 and Woman $30! All proceeds will go to help the Toronto Zoo purchase a new Microscope for Reproductive Physiology to help us save and protect species for generations to come!
For more information and to purchase your cut and style in advance, click here
. Space is limited so book early! Once you have your ticket, please call Premier Hair Salon to book your time. 416-296-8994. Event subject to change without notice.
the global extinction rate has soared from one species per year to 1,095 per year. Some of the species housed at the Zoo no longer exist in the wild. As a result, Toronto Zoo now has a host of conservation, breeding and research programs that are designed to save species from extinction.
Today, the Toronto Zoo has a proven record of successfully breeding endangered species. Every year, animals born at the Zoo as part of organized conservation programs are reintroduced to protect parts of their original habitat. The Zoo's groundbreaking research is respected and used worldwide. The Zoo's award-winning conservation and education programs enrich the lives of participants, and help preserve our local species and ecosystems.
Private donors and government research grants have made the Zoo's research, conservation, and education work possible. But as the need for conservation grows, so does the need for support.
Toronto Zoo Development is dedicated to the financial support of the Toronto Zoo in its efforts to conserve species diversity through conservation, education and research.
Conservation projects and activities funded by Toronto Zoo Development:
- Animal Health Centre
- Veterinary Residency Fellowships
- Veterinary Resident Research
- Nutritional Research Program
- Reproductive Physiology Research Program
- Conservation Program - Memberships with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and with the support for the Conservation Breeding Specialist Group (CBSG)