Scrub Jay Legacy Society
Scrub Jay Legacy Society Members play a vital role at Pacific Wildlife Care through thoughtful estate planning to ensure the operation of PWC’s mission continues, uninterrupted, into the future.
In July 2022, PWC established the Scrub Jay Legacy Society as part of the work needed to realize our dream of a new facility and a permanent home for Pacific Wildlife Care.
Heartfelt thanks to our Legacy Society Committee Members for their work to create a legacy society that is the right fit for PWC:
Legacy Society Committee Chair: Meg Crockett
Legacy Society Committee Members: Dorothy Correa, Kathleen Dillon, Claudia Duckworth, Kathy Waddell, & Aloha Windsor.
Please discuss your desire to leave PWC a legacy gift with your financial advisor.
To learn more about joining the Scrub Jay Legacy Society, please contact Pacific Wildlife Care’s Executive Director, Christine Johnson.
Seeds for Tomorrow —
Ensuring the Financial Stability and Longevity of Pacific Wildlife Care
Our name acknowledges a familiar local bird and a desire for long-term sustainability.
Scrub Jays plan ahead for periods of food scarcity by burying acorns and seeds.
While providing for their own future needs, they benefit other birds, reptiles, insects and mammals — the whole spectrum of life. Those seeds and acorns grow into plants and oak trees providing homes and food for uncounted wildlife species.
Members of the Scrub Jay Legacy Society are also planting seeds to ensure that Pacific Wildlife Care will continue to work for wildlife in San Luis Obispo County far into the future.