Unfortunately, due to strict area restrictions, we are not open to the general public.
Only volunteers who have confirmed schedules and carpool rides are permitted at the Sanctuary.
All we can say is “WOW!” W.O.L.F. had over 300 guests in attendance that April evening, second only to the gala imme- diately following the 2012 High Park Fire. Folks dressed in some wild ‘60s garb, and we had attendees from across the country and even Romania and Australia!
We were honored to have Dr. Jeff Young of ANIMAL PLANET’S “Dr. Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet” speak about the exotic pet crisis, along with giving W.O.L.F. high compliments on how we use innovative methods to give our wolves the best, least-stressful lives possible. Later in the evening we were treated to the incredible talents of music legend Lee Oskar and international artist Sofie Reed, who blasted out great tunes and got the crowd roaring.
Some stand-out items that evening included the Thor painting by Julie Kramer Cole which sold to its new “care- taker” at $4,100, along with a new donor contributing $5,000 during our paddle raiser. The gala was a record breaker, raising over $86,000 net to help us care for these amazing animals. Thanks to all of the attendees (and those generous donors who couldn’t attend but contributed anyway) for mak- ing “WOLFstock” such a tremendous success!
Keep an eye out for future information about our 2018 fundraiser gala event.
W.O.L.F. Sanctuary is trying to move to a bigger and better location!
Our new location will allow W.O.L.F. to be open to the public and give more room for our wolves to run free.