Other Ways to Help

imageWe accept in-kind donations of bird supplies such as cages and toys as well as newspapers, phone books, and even cars & trucks!

Items can be dropped off during business hours or picked up depending on size.

Click here if you have a question on making an in-kind donation.

TIPS FOR CHARITABLE DONATIONS


Help the Birds Every Time You Search or Shop Online

Now you can help the birds of TGF every time you go online. Whether you are navigating the web or shopping online with your favorite retailers, this is such a great way to support a worthy cause without spending any money, and takes only a few seconds of your time.

The Gabriel Foundation has partnered with several online search and shopping sites who will donate a percentage of their profits to us – and all you have to do is sign up and go about your business as usual! Have a look, and start helping the birds now!

Shop Online through Adopt A Shelter!

The Gabriel Foundation is now listed on AdoptAShelter.com. Every time you and all of your fellow supporters shop using AdoptAShelter.com you are financially supporting The Gabriel Foundation. Remember, it’s easy to use (no login or password needed), it’s FREE and every purchase helps animals…so tell every animal lover you know!

GoodSearch.com & GoodShop.com

GoodSearch.com is a search engine that allows you to help TGF every time you search for anything on the internet – and the best part – it costs you NOTHING!

Plus, GoodSearch.com is also home to GoodShop – where they partner with merchants who also donate a portion of their proceeds to your chosen charity when you shop with them via the GoodShop website!

It’s as easy as that! Just click here to visit the GoodSearch website, designate The Gabriel Foundation as your charity, and help the birds every time you go online!

iGive.com

Join iGive and a percentage of your purchases from over 680 retailers will go to The Gabriel Foundation. All you need to do is go to iGive.com to sign up, choose TGF as your cause and then use their site to navigate to all of your online stores.

To choose TGF as your cause on the iGive website, enter:
State: Colorado
Cause Type: Animals
Cause: The Gabriel Foundation (currently we are located on page 5)

iBakesale.com

More merchants, same deal! Sign up with iBakesale.com, choose The Gabriel Foundation as your cause, and shop via their site with hundreds more online merchants. Voila, without spending an extra dime you will be helping the parrots and programs of TGF!

Donate your Car!

Wondering what to do with your used car or truck? Donating your old vehicle to The Gabriel Foundation is convenient, easy, and may qualify you for a tax deduction. And best of all, your donation of a used car or truck will make a big difference in supporting The Gabriel Foundation.

Why not donate your vehicle today?  All you need to do is to complete our simple online donation form  or call 1-866-628-2277 and we’ll take care of the rest. We will pick up your vehicle, arrange to have your donation towed, and provide you with a tax-deductible receipt, all at no charge to you. Call 1-866-628-2277 or online at https://www.vehiclesforcharity.org/Donate/GAF.html.

Questions? Check out the Frequently Asked Questions Document.

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Taking a walk through our large Umbrella Cockatoo flight, you never know what will happen. Angel and Quinlan seem happy to be on their perch. Casper and Tico on the other hand, need to investigate the new person in their flight. It's never a dull moment when you are with eight male Cockatoos happily playing and explore their outdoor enclosure. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thor Bird saying hi to all his cockatoo buddies at the Gabriel Foundation!

I bet you all have a blast with all these wonderful birds.....

This is my Parker, he's shocked at the lovely enclosure and asking me why he doesn't have one!!!

"We're gonna hop around the flight tonight" (sung to the tune of Rock Around the Clock) 🐦

They love being outside. I know mine do.

Nothing I enjoy more than hanging out in a 'too flight!!!

Too-Cute! How do you get them all back in?

My favorite sounds ❤

Made me smile!

OMG... too precious <3

Three questions: the dimensions of this aviary, reasonable population limit, and mesh grade. I'm guessing 1600 sq ft for 30-40 cockatoos, 16 ga woven... The one we have now is only good for a small group of medium sized parrots (25'x20'x12' tall, 16 gauge welded mesh with 1" apertures).

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3 days ago

The Gabriel Foundation

Meet Niki, an 18 year old African Grey that came to TGF in 2010 after her owner became seriously ill and could no longer care for their birds. It took almost six years for a special person to come along. When our adopter, Cynthia, was looking to add her first bird to her home she met several birds here at TGF but she just couldn't get shy Niki out of her mind. She just knew she needed to give this special girl a chance. Almost a year later, Niki has blossomed in her new home. It has taken time and patience but Cynthia was definitely the right person to take on this challenge. She absolutely loves her new "mom"! She has also adjusted well to her new kids. Cynthia told us that she nods "yes" when asked if she is a pretty girl or a good girl. She is a big fan of nature shows and taking showers. Niki also enjoys barking like several different breeds of dogs and also has an expanding English vocabulary. She remains cautious but continues to get braver and braver exploring her new home. We love to hear about these amazing transformations! ... See MoreSee Less

Meet Niki, an 18 year old African Grey that came to TGF in 2010 after her owner became seriously ill and could no longer care for their birds. It took almost six years for a special person to come along. When our adopter, Cynthia, was looking to add her first bird to her home she met several birds here at TGF but she just couldnt get shy Niki out of her mind.  She just knew she needed to give this special girl a chance.  Almost a year later, Niki has blossomed in her new home. It has taken time and patience but Cynthia was definitely the right person to take on this challenge. She absolutely loves her new mom!  She has also adjusted well to her new kids. Cynthia told us that she nods yes when asked if she is a pretty girl or a good girl. She is a big fan of nature shows and taking showers.  Niki also enjoys barking like several different breeds of dogs and also has an expanding English vocabulary.  She remains cautious but continues to get braver and braver exploring her new home. We love to hear about these amazing transformations!

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Thank you. She is truly amazing and I couldn't be more grateful for her. She chose me and that is where it began. When I brought her home and she got into her cage she immediately showed happiness. Noises and playing. With in 24 hours she started talking. She will talk quietly when she wants me to come to her because I can't hear her lol. There has been so much she has accomplished I can put it all into words. It nonstop. For the first time this morning she came to the door of her cage to show interest in coming to me with out prompting. She told me she needed more water, she didn't but I added a tiny bit more to her dish and she danced after trying to peel the label off the bottle. She is in a really good mood today lol.

Thank you ! You will make a great Mommy. Grey's are fun !

Omg love stories like these!!! Niki is such a beauty!!!

Awwww....what a cutie

Yeaaaaaaaaa, successful adoption, sweet parrot.

Wonderful!

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wonderful news!

Great job Niki and human!

I absolutely love African Greys and Miss my girl so much, I wish I knew where she is

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It's citrus season! In CO we're celebrating mandarins, tangelos, Cara Cara's, Red River grapefruit, Meyers's lemons, blood oranges, key limes, Valencia, navel oranges, Cuties, Halos and every new tasty, juicy treat that comes to market. Bodhi is making it very easy to teach your flock how to enjoy a perfect snack. Now go grab one and share it with your buddies. ... See MoreSee Less

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My macaw gets a whole halo occasionally and the others get wedges.... funny how some like them and some don't. My monk likes blackberries but not raspberries!

Can he come home with me? He's a sweetie! Btw, loved seeing you all on the dr. Jeff show.

Bodhi looks just like me! I want some citrus too!

African greys are fantastic!

And share with your friends!

Hi sweet Bodhi! Rascal loves clementines also!!

He is gorgeous. I love African Greys!

Good to know!

Bodhi rocks!

What a sweetie.

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