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Black Bear Diner, the one-of-a-kind, bear-themed dining concept offering a family-friendly atmosphere and classic, home-style comfort food, announced the launch of a capital fundraising campaign with Gold Country Wildlife Rescue for a new bear rehabilitation facility, called “Bear Cub University.” To jumpstart the campaign, Black Bear Diner raised over $17,000 through corporate sponsorship, franchisee and employee donations to immediately support three bear cubs recently injured in the California wildfires this summer.

With a goal to raise a total of $250,000, the new Bear Cub University will feature an enclosure at the wildlife center that will provide the space and enrichment required for bear cubs to develop the skills they need, like foraging, to successfully return to the wild. Currently, Auburn’s Gold Country Wildlife Rescue, in partnership with the Wildlife Disaster Network, is providing critical care for three bear cubs, #21-4302 “Leo,” #21-4395 “Reggie Taylor,” and #21-4588 “Vinny,” who are recovering from burns on their paws and ears, among other injuries. 

“When we saw the devastating effects of the Antelope and Dixie wildfires in our backyard to our beloved bears, we knew we had to find a way to assist with their recovery,” said Anita Adams, CEO of Black Bear Diner. “With the help of our team members and franchise partners, we are proud to support Gold Country Wildlife Rescue’s efforts and look forward to seeing the cubs return to their natural habitat.”

“As a non-profit, we rely solely on donations and grants to drive our mission to rescue, rehabilitate, and release the orphaned, injured, and critically ill wildlife that we receive at our Intake Center every day,” said Sallysue Stein, Gold Country Wildlife Rescue Founder, and Acting Executive Director. “We are incredibly grateful to Black Bear Diner for recognizing the immediate need to help these three little bears and future bears who will benefit from our Bear Cub University.”

To donate to the Bear Cub University, please visit GCWR’s GoFundMe page here and for more information about Gold Country Wildlife Rescue, visit

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