Will you help us to be there for the wolves in these difficult times?
At this time of great uncertainty for us all, we hope that you and your loved ones are in good health. We are pleased to report that Wolf Haven’s wolves, staff and volunteers are doing well.
Just days after we voluntarily closed Wolf Haven to all but essential animal care staff, the governor of Washington issued a stay-at-home order. Rest assured the wolves continued to receive the best possible care while we put strict measures in place to protect the animal care staff remaining onsite.
The rest of our staff and volunteers continue to do our mission-essential work remotely. Even in the midst of a pandemic, decisions are being made impacting wolves in the wild and we must stay engaged. This decision comes at a cost, and we need your financial support to get us through this challenging time.
We anticipate a significant drop in income due to being closed to the public for several months, plus our notable summer Midsummers’ Night campouts have been delayed until next year. Wolves and Wine, our signature annual fundraiser, will also need to take a pause until 2021 (we will offer an alternate virtual fundraiser, Howl-a-thon 2020, on September 26).
Your gift— large or small — is greatly appreciated and can make all the difference. We are deeply grateful for the support you have given these last 38 years. With your help, Wolf Haven will emerge from this crisis poised to be an even stronger force for wolves in the next 38.