Barron KARES

Barron Heating donates nearly $13,000 to Wild Bird Charity as their charity of the month! Barron Heating gives back to the community every month through their new Barron KARES program. Wild Bird was chosen as their charity for the month of April. $110 of every installation gets donated to the charity. CEO Brad Barron presented us with a check for … Read More

2022-23 Program Year End Totals

This school year was another huge year of growth for our organization and specifically for ourFood Backpack Program. It marks the completion of 5 years of feeding kids on the weekends.We have seen this program grow from 352 kiddos in June of 2021, to 468 last June, to 755this month, a 61% increase year over year, and 115% growth in … Read More

Why Do You Choose to Volunteer?

Image of a talking bubble that says "We Love our Volunteers"

Amanda Rennie says… I found out about Wildbird Charity through my work where I met Executive Director Phill Esau and co-founder Mike Mulder. When I have assisted these two they would talk about this fun program that they put together and how they were always looking for new helpers! I think what they have put together is incredible and I … Read More

Why Do You Choose to Volunteer?

Patricia Villhauer says… I heard of Wildbird Charity through a fellow Rotarian. I invited Executive Director, Phill Esau to come to our club – the Pacific Northwest Passport Club to give a presentation. The Wildbird Backpack Program is a much needed service for Whatcom County Schools that have asked for assistance – especially during these trying times. The most rewarding … Read More

Why Do You Choose to Volunteer?

Cherish Dinwiddie says… I was introduced to the founders of Wildbird Charity by my grandfather, Bob Gist. He took me to one of their yearly meetings after I’d been expressing to him how I’d been longing for a way to help those in need, and it was exactly what I had been looking for! I even cried in front of … Read More