As part of the 95 Communities project, the SSIO of the Mid-Central Region of the USA adopted the World Bird Sanctuary in Valley Park, Missouri. The Sanctuary provides refuge to eagles that are permanently injured and cannot be released back to the wild. Its mission is to secure the future of threatened bird species including the US national bird, the bald eagle. The bald eagle is also considered a sacred bird by Native Americans, whose feathers are used in many religious and spiritual ceremonies. SSIO members served at the sanctuary twice a month, weather permitting, taking care of the grounds and providing needed supplies. During the Annual Regional Retreat of the SSIO, an interactive educational session was held, and participants joined in a walk for birds, carrying placards with the five (5) human values and informative posters about the birds at the sanctuary. The staff at the sanctuary appreciate the SSIO volunteers for completing the tasks efficiently and love.