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Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Association

Org #65173
Vetted since 2019
1989
year founded
$328,061
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

ARCAS Vision To improve the chances of survival and conservation of endangered species and their habitat, as well as assist in the rational management of natural resources. ARCAS Mission 1. Rescue, rehabilitation and release of wildlife 2. Environmental education 3. Research 4. Co-administration of protected areas 5. Sustainable community development and ecotourism ARCAS 's objectives are: To strive for the conservation, preservation, protection and research of wildlife. To rescue, rehabilitate and reintroduce into their natural habitat wild animals seized from illegal traffickers. To promote and assist in the creation and management of protected habitat areas for wild animals To... read more

Project Leaders
Diego Rosado
Diego Rosado
Elizabeth Yanes
Elizabeth Yanes
Elizabeth Yanes
Elizabeth Yanes
Michaela Mogollon
Michaela Mogollon
Team
Colum A Muccio, Miriam E Monterroso
Organization Information
#6 Calle Hillary, Km 30 Carr. Interamericana
San Lucas, 00000
Guatemala
+502 78301374
Organization Information
#6 Calle Hillary, Km 30 Carr. Interamericana
San Lucas, 00000
Guatemala
+502 78301374

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Progress report, April 2024

By Colum Muccio | Development Director

Guatemala is one of the world's most biodiverse nations, with a wealth of critically endangered species exclusive to its lands. ARCAS acknowledges Guatemala's significance as a sanctuary for these... Read the full report ›

Progress report, January 2024

By Colum Muccio | Development Director

COLORES PROGRESS REPORT January 2024 Guatemala is one of the countries in the world with the greatest diversity in flora and fauna due to its strategic position as a bridge between North and South... Read the full report ›

Progress report, December 2023

By Colum Muccio | Development Director

At the Hawaii Park on the Pacific coast of Guatemala, we are approaching the end of the sea turtle nesting season.  To date, we have buried a total of 6,108 olive ridley eggs at the Hawaii... Read the full report ›
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