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Sponsorship

When you sponsor an animal, your contribution helps the Bioparc ensure that all the animals receive the very best care. For example, your donation may help provide food, vaccines or all the little extras we use to enrich the animals' environment. Please note that to have your receive for taxes, you must pay cash or by check.

Being an animal sponsor provides a few benefits for you too:

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  • A sponsorship certificate
  • A fact sheet about your animal
  • A gift with the Bioparc logo
  • A park pass and a tax receipt
  • Other gifts in the table below, depending of the amount that you pay

 

Thank you to our sponsors :

2019

Mrs Yvette-Marie Kieran
Mrs Sophie-Ève Moreau
Mrs Gabrielle Oser
Mrs Monique Cloutier

2018

Mrs Julie Bélanger
Mrs Monique Cloutier
Mrs Yvette Marie Kieran
St. Patrick's School, Chandler
Mrs Carole Leclerc

2017 

Dre Nicole Lépine
Mrs Monique Cloutier
Ms. Dominik Laliberté
Mr. Étienne Laliberté
Mrs Carole Leclerc
Mrs Yvette-Marie Kieran
Mrs Sandra Tanguay

2016

Mrs Yvette-Marie Kieran
Mrs Sandra Tanguay
Mr. Pierre-Luc Arsenault (pour Mali)
Mr. Henri Gagnon
Mrs Mélanie Côté
Mrs Carole Leclerc
Mrs et  M. Sylvie et Jacques Landry Lévesque
Mrs Hélène Dion

2015 

Mrs Yvette-Marie Kieran
Mrs Sandra Tanguay
Mr. Stéphane Ouellet
Mrs Michaela Plourde

2014 

Mrs Yvette-Marie Kieran
Mrs Sandra Tanguay
Mrs Bianca Rail

 

Forthermore, we offer some gifts or privileges according to the amount of your contribution.

GIFTS

 

$50

Assistant

$100

Gardian

$150

Caretaker

$200

Protector

 

         

Mention on the website

 

 X  X  X  X

Stuffed animal *

 

 

 X  X  X

A pair of tickets

 

 

 

 X  X

A season pass

 

 

 

 

 X

* representing the sponsorised animal if available.

 

EXAMPLES OF WHAT CAN BE PROVIDED WITH THE RECEIVED AMOUNTS

For $25: Forty kilos of moose dry food (correspond to three days of food for three moose, combined with other sources of food).

For $50: Twenty kilos of canine dry food for our wolves, foxes and coyotes (corresponds to two weeks of food for our eleven canids, combined with other sources of food).

For $100: A transportation cage for a coyote or 75 kilos of herring for our seals (they each eat 2.5 kilos of fish every day, so about two weeks of food).

For $150: Two boomer balls for the cougars’ enrichment.

For $200: A treatment of powder vermifuge for every animal or a routine visit from the vet, which is once a month.

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