CooperSmith’s is happy to support W.O.L.F. Sanctuary!
W.O.L.F. Sanctuary will be holding its annual gala on Saturday, May 30 from 5-9 p.m. at the Hilton Fort Collins, 425 West Prospect Road. “A Truly WOLF Affair: Mardi Growl Masquerade” will celebrate the 20th anniversary of W.O.L.F.’s ongoing mission to rescue captive-bred wolves and wolf dogs, provide sanctuary, and offer education to the general public about these animals.
CooperSmith’s was a donor to their auction and will be represented in one of the live auctions packages,”Beers of the Front Range” (which includes beers and swag from over a dozen breweries!)
This night of celebration and elegant festivity will include a gourmet dinner; photo opportunities with a W.O.L.F. Ambassador animal; over 100 unique auction items; opportunities to become a Guardian Angel for a wolf dog at our Sanctuary; live entertainment; and more!
Auction items include a Montana getaway; Beers of the Front Range package (with over a dozen participating breweries); a guitar signed by Rascal Flatts; Native American jewelry; hotel stays at Black Hawk casinos; tickets to Disneyland; artwork by internationally-acclaimed artists; an opportunity to name our newest wolf dog resident; and so much more.
Single tickets to the Waltz are $55; a half-table for five is $250; and a table for ten is $500. To purchase tickets, or to donate if unable to attend, go to www.wolfsanctuary.net. DEADLINE FOR TICKET PURCHASES IS MAY 26, with only a limited number of tickets available at the door on a first-come, first-served basis for $65 each.
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Wolves Offered Life & Friendship (W.O.L.F.) was formalized and incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit in June 1995. Since that time W.O.L.F has becoming an internationally-recognized sanctuary, responsible for providing placement of thousands of animals, in addition to having provided life-long care and sanctuary for over 100 of these majestic animals at its location northwest of Fort Collins in Rist Canyon.
W.O.L.F.’s 20th anniversary coincides with the 20th anniversary of two historic events of wolves being returned to the wild at Yellowstone National Park and Idaho’s Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area. Both have led to successful growth of the natural wolf population.
W.O.L.F.’s Mission: To improve the quality of life for all wolves and wolf dogs