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The Sanctuary is funded by donations

We are privately owned by the Avey-Arroyo-Rochté family but are not yet recognized as a non-profit organization. Located inside the 300-acre Aviarios del Caribe Private Wildlife Reserve, we have been legally classified with the Costa Rican government and MINAET as a wildlife reserve.

Your donation supports our conservation efforts and goes directly to the rescue, rehabilitation and research of injured and orphaned sloths. We also provide a safe haven for sloths that cannot return to their natural habitat because of permanent disability. Your donation is secure via PayPal. We and the sloths of Costa Rica thank you for your generosity.


Donate to receive the 3-DVD set of Meet the Sloths!

Makes a great gift and is fun for the whole family

By popular demand, we are thrilled to offer you the Animal Planet™ “Meet the Sloths” 3-DVD set in which the Sloth Sanctuary sloths were featured. Available until quantities run out. Your donation directly supports the Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica, and we thank you for your generosity!

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How donations benefit the Sloth Sanctuary

$13: One can of special baby formula (or a 12 oz. can of Meyenberg Instant Powdered Goat Milk) that nourishes one orphaned baby sloth for a week.

$20: One 25 lb. bag of fresh Cecropia leaves to feed 17 Three-fingered sloths for a day and a half.

$25: Two soft stuffed toys that act as a surrogate for tiny orphans to hug as they would their mothers. Even adult sloths like to cuddle stuffed toys for comfort.

$50: A new animal carrier to transport injured sloths from the field to our veterinary hospital

$100: 18 sheets of X-ray film.

$150: To celebrate Earth Day all year, we plant an Almond Tree in honor of all donations of $150. As a gesture of thanks, your name is carved in a plaque that is displayed at the Sanctuary.

$250: A continuous supply of X-ray chemicals, developers, fixers.

$550: One month’s worth of vegetables to feed our Two-fingered sloths.

$1,000: Help toward the purchase of an incubator for the tiniest orphans and baby sloths.