Ten organisations made it to the Orange Tie event at Linton & Kay Galleries recently, where Kanyana was announced the winner.
Nine other contenders were awarded gifts worth $26,000 of advertising sponsorship and cash.
June Butcher said it was a chance for Kanyana to become more recognised.
�Every year, we admit 2500 animals to our hospital, and have more than 25,000 people meet an education animal from Kanyana,� she said.
�This prize will allow us to reach more people and involve a wider community at Kanyana, either as visitors or becoming a volunteer.�
The Orange Seed Project recognises WA not-for-profit organisations.