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Sponsor a Homeless Parrot

Do you feel a connection to a parrot at CPR but can't adopt right now? Then please consider sponsoring a CPR parrot. As the sponsor of a homeless parrot, you will directly support your bird by helping to defray some of the costs of caring for him/her, including medical care, providing a nutritious diet, a safe and stimulating environment, and toys and accessories. Plus, a portion of your donation will also help support the CPR adoption program. Choose any bird available for adoption, including special needs birds like Captain Jack, Carpe, Kahlua or Poe, or choose Bosley, our educational ambassador who works to raise awareness for the plight of homeless companion parrots.


3-Month Sponsor
6-Month Sponsor
12-Month Sponsor

Choose the parrot you wish to sponsor. Just type his/her name above.


Choose your sponsor level
3 month sponsor: 3 monthly donations of $50. Total commitment $150
6 month sponsor: 6 monthly donations of $45. Total commitment $270
12 month sponsor: 12 monthly donations of $40. Total commitment $480

Set up secure, monthly donations by credit card above. If you prefer to donate by check, please print the mail-in Sponsor Form.

You will receive
  • A tax-deduction donation letter. Your sponsorship is 100% tax deductible as permitted by law.
  • A personalized Certificate of Appreciation with a photo of your sponsored bird.

Gifts
CPR Parrot Sponsorships make wonderful gifts. Your gift recipient will receive a personalized certificate with a photo of your sponsored bird. For gifts or memorials, please send name and address for acknowledgment to info@companionparrots.org.

Sponsorship does not affect the adoption process for any bird. Sponsors will be notified if their sponsored bird is adopted and may choose another bird for the remainder of the sponsorship. The Board of Directors has sole discretion to disperse sponsorship funds for the care of the sponsored bird or any other bird. Sponsors may sponsor multiple parrots and a parrot may have more than one sponsor. Sponsorship does not, in any way, grant the sponsor legal claim, rights, or ownership of any kind to said parrot(s).