Cornerstone Animal Hospital Fundraiser

The New Hospital is Operational!

New Hospital Outside   1st Operation New Hospital   AH Lab

New Cornerstone Animal Hospital!

The N.E.W. Zoological Society, Inc., a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization whose primary purpose is to provide financial support to the NEW Zoo, is requesting your financial support.Our fundraising efforts continue with the new Cornerstone Animal Hospital and Recovery Center. As of January 1st we have raised over $1M of our $1.5 million goal with money pledged, in-kind services, and products donated. A big THANK YOU to our many donors! . Naming Rights are still available for many of the rooms. The $1.5 million project included the construction & furnishing of a new hospital and the renovation of the old hospital into a Nutrition Center with a diet kitchen and winter holding area. Both the Cornerstone Hospital & the Nutrition Center are operational. Our current fundraising efforts will pay off the building loan, purchase new medical equipment for the hospital and corral gates in the holding area of the hospital (these gates are very expensive but greatly needed).  The New Animal Hospital will provide for current and future needs of preventative, medical, and surgical animal care.  Our hope is to have both buildings up and running and the debt paid off in 2018!

Diet Kitchen December 2015

Diet Kitchen December 2015

NEW Zoo Animal Hospital Campaign Brochure

Cornerstone Foundation-Building
Jack & Engrid Meng-Large Carnivore Ward
K.C. Stock Foundation-Nutrition Center
K.C. Stock Foundation-Children’s Zoo
Wisconsin Public Service Foundation-Observation Window
 Schneider National Foundation-Laboratory & Pharmacy
& Lounge, Staff Rest, Recovery & Recuperation
Festival Foods “Zootrition Board”
Byron L. Walter-Hoofstock Ward


$50,000.00 from KC & Georgia Stock Foundation (this is a 2nd $50,000 gift)
$50,000.00 on behalf of Byron L. Walter
$50,000.00 In Memory of Arnold W. Schmidt, Bay Industries Inc. 

Thank you to So Many Wonderful Donors!

Thank you Cornerstone Fdn., for pledging $250,000.00 for this project. Thank you Wisconsin Public Service Foundation for pledging $50,000.00.  Thank you Jack & Engrid Meng, Inc. for pledging $50,000.00.   Thank you K.C. Stock Foundation for the $50,000.00 pledge.  Thank you Schneider National Foundation for the $50,000.00 pledge. Thank you to the following for their generous gifts for this project: Ben Schenkelberg, Daniel & Martha Gray, Kathy Hanson, Dr. Samuel Vainisi & Dr. Gretchen Schmidt, Mau & Associates, Associated Bank, Terry & Kris Fulwiler, Karen McDiarmid & Jim Montgomery, Jeff Sahaida, Schneider Community Credit Union, New Covenant, LaForce Inc., Maggie & Jim Ford, Diana Rockhill, Fleet Farm, James Voeks, Red Lewis (PDQ), Drs. Cheryl Skaletski & Margaret Eastman (Bay East Animal Hospital), Dr. Tracey Gilbert, Gentle Vet Animal Hospital, Michael & Leanne Haddad Fdn., Pivot Rock Fund, NE WI Building Trades Council, Scenic View, Hart Design Foundation, Inc., Bay Tek Games, Kathy Hanson (In Memory of Richard Bajorek ),  Colleen Fuhrman, Bernie & Alyce Dahlin, Bleser Family Fdn., Mike & Lisa Pritzl,  the Ken Long Memorial Fund, Joe & Lisa Draves, Festival Foods, Jean Heintz Memorial Fund, Kiwanis Club of DePere, Precision Cut Stone, Ernest & Joan Harvey (In Memory of their Labrador Retrievers, Rocky, Jake, & Coe), Herbert H. Kohl Charities, Inc., $10,000 from an Anonymous Donor, Green Bay Packers, Hart Design Foundation, Inc., Anita Sevcik (In Honor of Thomas Sevcik), Lizz Gibson & Jon Russell, Ron & Colleen Weyers,  VerHalen Inc., Norman Miller Family Foundation, The Deprey Estate, Green Bay Downtown Lions Club, Karl VanRoy, Dick English, In Memory of Shirley Henry, Wochinske Family Foundation,  Rock Ledge Intermediate School,  Keith and Priscilla Krist, Trinks Inc. in honor of Cheryl Lehman, Ed Meyer Jr., & Daniel Gray (In Memory of Martha Hanna)!

Contact the Society at 920-434-6814 to make a donation or for more information.

Update*Education & Conservation Center

Education Center 2015

The new Education & Conservation Center is officially PAID IN FULL!  Thanks to the Ruth & William Merkey Foundation for making the final payment on their 3 year pledge for this building early, we were able to pay off our debt ahead of schedule!  We are thankful to everyone that supported our fund-raising efforts.  The Center has been filled with activity.  Students of all ages have walked through the doors to have valuable, hands-on learning experiences and increase their knowledge of the natural world and a variety of conservation issues.  We are proud to share this new facility with our valued zoo guests, and confident that we have already made a difference and sparked a new appreciation for wildlife in the hearts of many.

Contact the Society:

PO Box 12647
Green Bay WI 54307

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