Our Sponsors & Friends 

We are incorporated as a not-for-profit organization and have status as a registered charity. We rely on donations and grants to run our unique turtle hospital. The centre exists due to the generous support of caring businesses, granting foundations, and individuals like you!

In addition to our many individual supporters, OTCC’s work is made possible by the generous support of the following foundations, corporations, government agencies and community groups.

$100,000 – $200,000

Ganawenim Meshkiki

Government of Ontario

Ontario Trillium Foundation

$50,000 – $99,999

The Dalglish Family Foundation

Martha Rogers

$25,000 – $49,999

Alan and Patricia Koval Foundation

The Eric S. Margolis Family Foundation

Government of Canada

$10,000 – $24,999

The Charles H. Ivey Foundation

Echo Foundation


The Gordon and Patricia Gray Animal Welfare Foundation

Johansen-Larsen Foundation

The Michael Young Family Foundation

Patagonia Retail Grants

TD Friends of the Environment Foundation

Weston Family Foundation

$1,000 – $9,999

Barron Cowan Foundation

The Catherine and Maxwell Meighen Foundation

Elsa Wild Animal Appeal of Canada

Helen McCrea Peacock Foundation

KM Hunter Charitable Foundation

Norman and Margaret Jewison Charitable Foundation

Ontario Wildlife Foundation

The Rotary Club of Barrie

The Schad Foundation

Thank You

Past Supporters

The OTCC gratefully acknowledges the support of the following supporters from past years:

2019 Supporters

2018 Supporters

2017 Supporters

A Growing Network of Partnering Clinics

The following partnering clinics and rehabilitation centre’s assist with initial intake, emergency care, surgery, and more!

Sherbrooke Heights Animal Hospital
Bay Regional Veterinary Hospital
Bowmanville Vet Clinic
Baywood Animal Hospital (and Baywood South Animal Hospital)
Kawartha Veterinary Emergency Clinic

Friends of the OTCC

The following organizations & businesses have generously supported the OTCCthrough in-kind donations or goods or services.
Riverview Park And Zoo and the Peterborough Utilities Commission
Pet Supply Warehouse
Sherbrooke Heights Animal Hospital
Ontario Nature and the David Suzuki Foundation, to analyze samples from snapping turtles, for PCBs and mercury levels. See the report The Road to Extinction: A call to end the snapping turtle hunt.
Village Animal Hospital
Karen Caldwell-Crosskill
Hagen Ltd
Toronto Zoo
Lazer Graphics
Burman & Fellows Group Inc. and Classy Chassis and Cycles
Peterborough Bassmasters
Renegade Apparel