Wildlife Center ‘Gives a Hoot!’


The California Wildlife Center’s 13thth annual celebration Wild Brunch celebration, Give a Hoot, will take place Sept. 25, benefiting our?native animals. Join more than 600 guests including sponsors, civic officials, celebrities, business and?community leaders, friends and animal lovers at a spectacular private estate overlooking the ocean.

When: Sunday, September 25, from Noon – 4 pm

Where: Gull’s Way Estate: 26800 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu 90265 (map)

Honoree: Free Spirit Award recipient Lisa Newell, DVM, 10-year CWC board member and veterinarian at? Malibu Coast Animal Hospital, for her philanthropic and humanitarian contributions to animals and children.

Features: Cuisine by Top Local Chefs

  • Patr—n Tequila Bars
  • California Vintners Wine-Tasting?Live Music Performances by Bailey Harrisberger and Sunday Lane
  • Fabulous Silent and Live Auctions?Personalized Psychic | Healing Sessions
  • Chance to Win a One-week Maui Vacation
  • Kid’s WILD Zone?with Arts & Crafts, Buffet and Educational Animals
  • Fun Photo Booth
  • Wildlife Release

About California Wildlife Center

California Wildlife Center (CWC), a nonprofit organization, has cared for more than 25,000 native animals?since its founding in 1998. It is run by a dedicated small staff and trained volunteers who believe that our ?wild neighbors deserve a second chance at life. As a result, sick, injured and orphaned native wildlife receive ?quality medical care and rehabilitation in a quiet area of the Santa Monica Mountains with the intent of releasing them back into the wild.

The goal for this event is to raise $200,000 to fund the free services and programs CWC provides, including?paramedic rescue and rehabilitation for more than 3,225 animals each year, and coexisting with wildlife education to Southern California residents. Your contribution to this event will make a difference for wildlife now and in the years to come.