Build Habitats for Rescued Lions, Tigers, & Bears Rescued Grizzly Bear Help Over 650 Rescued Lions, Tigers, & Bears Help Over 650 Rescued Lions, Tigers, & Bears

The Wild Animal Sanctuary

Org #72428
Vetted since 2020 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
1980
year founded
$39,433
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The Wild Animal Sanctuary was founded in Boulder, Colorado in 1980, and has been operating for more than 39 years. The refuge is open to supporters daily, and is run by staff and volunteers. The Wild Animal Sanctuary is one of only a handful of true sanctuaries for abused and abandoned great cats and bears in the United States, where the animals are not bred, sold, or otherwise commercially exploited in any way. The Sanctuary is located in Colorado and utilizes more than 10,473 acres to shelter 500 lions, tigers, bears, leopards, mountain lions, wolves and other large carnivores. The Sanctuary is the largest carnivore refuge in the world, as well as the only sanctuary that provides large acr... read more

Project Leaders
Patrick Craig
Patrick Craig
Derek McCormick
Derek McCormick
Jess McCormick
Jess McCormick
Team
Pat Craig
Organization Information
1946 County Road 53
Keenesburg, CO 80643
United States
3035360118
Organization Information
1946 County Road 53
Keenesburg, CO 80643
United States
3035360118

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Jun 27, 2022
TWAS Project Update
152 is the number of animals TWAS rescued in 2021 alone. And each of these magnificent Lions, Tigers, Bears, Wolves or other animals requires a well-built Habitat to live the rest of their lives in....
May 24, 2022
TWAS - Moon Bears
Have you ever heard of “Bile Bears”? Most people haven’t. And I can tell you it’s one of the most horrific and archaic acts still happening to these poor animals. Thanks to our...
Feb 26, 2022
TWAS Project Update!
Wolves are one of the few species that naturally rely on group dynamics to survive. Because of this, it’s only natural that they would seem to do well in captive situations during the beginning...
 
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