Gates Wildlife Control
Gates Wildlife Control

$1,500

Target: $1,000
Amount raised last year: $1,685
Our Motivation

Gates Wildlife is raising funds and awareness this Movember for all the dads, brothers, sons and mates in our lives.

For over 35 years, Gates Wildlife has been committed to preserving and saving the lives of animals. In keeping with the philosophy of saving lives, we felt it was fitting to join forces in supporting this cause last year and are very excited to be apart of this amazing cause again this year.

 

Stop Men Dying Too Young

  
 
Movember is saving and improving men’s lives through projects focused on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention.

It only happens because of people like you.

 

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2 day(s) ago
Donation from:
Gates Wildlife Control
$85

Thank you for all the reviews and for all the donations to our team this month. Brad Gates, Owner / President

2 day(s) ago
Donation from:
Gates Wildlife Control
$85

Thank you for all the reviews and for all the donations to our team this month. Brad Gates, Owner / President

3 Week(s) Ago

This week we bring to you an amazing bird called an Inca Tern.

Inca terns have some of the most exceptional, refined mustaches similar to the Hungarian mustache style of humans. These mustaches can be found on both the female and the male birds. This bird is easily recognizable with its dark gray body, and red-orange beak and claws, and its perfect white moustache.

They are typically found on the Pacific coast from Peru to Chile.

Unfortunately, their populations are declining quickly because of the loss of nesting sites. and declining fish stocks are another reason. They have been included in the “close to vanishing species” category.

3 Week(s) Ago

This week we bring to you an amazing bird called an Inca Tern.

Inca terns have some of the most exceptional, refined mustaches similar to the Hungarian mustache style of humans. These mustaches can be found on both the female and the male birds. This bird is easily recognizable with its dark gray body, and red-orange beak and claws, and its perfect white moustache.

They are typically found on the Pacific coast from Peru to Chile.

Unfortunately, their populations are declining quickly because of the loss of nesting sites. and declining fish stocks are another reason. They have been included in the “close to vanishing species” category.

4 Week(s) Ago

As you all know, this month our team will be raising awareness and funds for the amazing cause that is Movember. With the beginning of Movember, we bring you our new series “Animals with Mustaches.”

Using the moustache as the driving symbol of the movement, Movember focuses on the three key areas of prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health & suicide prevention.

Introducing the Emperor Tamarin Monkey, which displays one of the animal kingdom's rarest and most breathtaking mustaches.

These monkeys live in the southwest Amazon Basin. They inhabit tropical rainforests, living deep in the forest and in open-tree covered areas.

4 Week(s) Ago

As you all know, this month our team will be raising awareness and funds for the amazing cause that is Movember. With the beginning of Movember, we bring you our new series “Animals with Mustaches.”

Using the moustache as the driving symbol of the movement, Movember focuses on the three key areas of prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health & suicide prevention.

Introducing the Emperor Tamarin Monkey, which displays one of the animal kingdom's rarest and most breathtaking mustaches.

These monkeys live in the southwest Amazon Basin. They inhabit tropical rainforests, living deep in the forest and in open-tree covered areas.

4 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Valerie Cowper
$20
4 Week(s) Ago
Donation from:
Valerie Cowper
$20
6 Week(s) Ago

Mustaches for Movember

During the month of November, Gates Wildlife will be donating $5.00 for every review that is posted about our company.

To help us reach our goal, we would appreciate receiving a review from anyone who has used our services over the years. It would mean a lot to us if you could take one minute to tell us how we did on our HomeStars account at https://bit.ly/2NyF81q

Our Donation Page: https://moteam.co/gates-wildlife-control?mc=1

6 Week(s) Ago

Mustaches for Movember

During the month of November, Gates Wildlife will be donating $5.00 for every review that is posted about our company.

To help us reach our goal, we would appreciate receiving a review from anyone who has used our services over the years. It would mean a lot to us if you could take one minute to tell us how we did on our HomeStars account at https://bit.ly/2NyF81q

Our Donation Page: https://moteam.co/gates-wildlife-control?mc=1

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I want to see all you guys in your moustaches -- I assume you're already growing them and will post on your FB page!

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Donation from:
Connie Beroza
$25

I want to see all you guys in your moustaches -- I assume you're already growing them and will post on your FB page!

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Donation from:
Valerie Cowper
$20
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Donation from:
Valerie Cowper
$20
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Donation from:
Jane Heslegrave
$50
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