SOS is licensed and permitted by the Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission and the United States
Department of Agriculture
FL Registration # CH19187 for charitable giving. 100% of all donations go directly to the animals..


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Survival Outreach Sanctuary Named to List of Top-Rated Nonprofit Organizations

Survival Outreach Sanctuary has been named to a new list of top-rated nonprofits by GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews for nonprofit organizations. The top-rated nonprofits list is composed of organizations that have received at least ten positive reviews from stakeholders, such as volunteers, donors, or clients.

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Update 12-12
Attention Survival Outreach Sanctuary fans!
Groupon has choosen us as the best of the best and they are running another campaign for us. See link below to vote for us

We're teaming up with Groupon Grassroots, the philanthropic arm of Groupon to fund a project. With this campaign we are aiming to raise the necessary funds to help our elderly cats. If 36 People Donate $10, Then Survival Outreach Sanctuary for Wildlife Can Fund Medicines for Its Elderly Big Cats.

Since you are essential to our success we want you to know about our campaign. Here is how you can help:

Be the first to give by supporting our goal to raise the necessary funds for "Elderly Big Cat Medicines" .

Thank you for your support.

Our campaign to raise funds through Grassroots has now begun. Starting Wednesday 12/26 and running to 1/9 (see attached link).



July 1, 2012 The car is loaded with approximately 1,500 lbs of meat ready to leave for delivery to our friends in north Florida flooded by tropical storm Debby. They lost their home and freezers loaded with food for their animals. Thank you Lisa Listowski for your help picking up the meat and packing it. Thank you Raquel Pereda for driving us up. They were so appreciative of our help and we were so heppy that we could help.

Here is SOS's first You Tube Video.
Video by Raquel Pereda and produced by Steven Unger

New arrivals Shoshanna & Natalia

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Summer Camp starts in June

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Savannah arriving at SOS on April 11 2009 after being transported from a facility in south Florida. Savannah's previous home was closed down by the Federal Government for many violations of the animal welfare act.

Savannah's life at Survival Outreach Sanctuary. We are proud to be able to continue to provide the best homes possible for exotic animals as the need arises and the necessary funding is available. As the cost of living rises so does the cost of care of these magnificent animals.

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SOS gets help from the Young Marines

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Photos now online Photos now online

SOS becomes a

Certified Wildlife Habitat

SOS rescues 2 Cougars
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Meet Sheena & Sweetpea
From desert to tropical forest

Volunteer Day
at SOS
and 30+ Volunteers show up to help out

SOS joined in the fun for the Great American Backyard Campout. It was a wonderful experience for all the campers. We had children ranging from six years old to 14 years old. Story & photos coming soon. See photos of other campers from around the country on NWF's site

Survival Outreach Sanctuary is a non-profit, no breeding 501 (c) 3 organization, dependant wholly on contributions and volunteers. Your contributions help
build more enclosures allowing us to rescue more animals and provide them with permanent homes and care.