A tax deductible donation that means custom supportive garments and medical assistance directly to native animal rescuers
The Craft Guild is a global community of innovative creators that work together to make custom supportive products for animals in need. Through this we save lives, improve care, reduce the burden on rescuers and bring awareness to their global plight
Do you have Animals? Do you need Craft?
The Craft Guild is a global community of innovative creators that work together to make custom supportive products for animals in need. Through this we save lives, improve care, reduce the burden on rescuers and bring awareness to their global plight.
ARC has a lot of crafty people, so we created the Craft Guild! Sewing, making, designing and recycling “everything” to make products that help animal rescue. Beds, crates, containers and support equipment to help rescuers.
The moderators and support team from this page have years of experience and we are grateful for their time to increase the output and help more rescuers.
Want to make animal craft?
Join the craft guild, learn from craft masters in the guild and get your supportive products to people in need. Click here to join.
So what do you do with all that craft?
This is one of the most innovative and useful programs on the planet. 250 thousand people joined the Craft Guild in 2020 and as the need comes up they turn out custom craft items that are physically used in day to day rescue.
This is not a wasted effort, everything from Possum Drey’s to Bat Wraps are created by people all over the world and are then used in the field. You cant buy this stuff, you can only make it . . and that’s what your craft guild does.
The ARC Craft Guild has a large team of national moderators, central clearing and logistics to get the craft where it is needed. We talk to Wildlife rescuers all day and know what they want, what seasons we are heading into and what is needed. Then we ship the craft to them free of charge (along with other items they may need).
Often this is the only care they have received in months, so we can be a vital lifeline to supporting them. It’s important, the work of wildlife rescuers matter. Lets get this done.