It was the Year of the Horse – A look back at Horses Lives Saved
Oct 29, 2018In early 2014, the Wild For Life Foundation (WFLF) received requests from a New Mexico nonprofit for money, services and goods to save the lives of approximately 150 of its horses from slaughter. WFLF launched a specific grassroots Rescue and Recovery Mission to help aid and save as many of the horses as possible. WFLF relied on its impeccable reputation and hard-earned resources to raise the attention and support needed to save these horses. WFLF's robust advocacy and rescue efforts on behalf of its mission to save the horses caught international media attention and was followed and supported by the nation's top equine coalitions, several national animal welfare organizations and many equine rescue groups.
The New Mexico nonprofit and its representatives repeatedly endorsed and thanked WFLF and its
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In 2015, WFLF received an anonymous whistleblower report which eventually led to the termination of certain individuals and the parting of ways of the two organizations. Just before departing, a certain individual filed claims against two WFLF representatives. The court dismissed both cases in their entirety less than one month after they were filed.
WFLF has moved on and continues to dedicate its hard-earned resources toward advancing our valuable and life-saving animal protection missions. As demonstrated by numerous testimonials, reviews and awards, WFLF operates its services and programs with the highest level of integrity, compassion and honor. We have successfully saved hundreds of wild and domestic horses and burros from abuse, neglect, slaughter and other forms of cruelty. The animals served by WFLF are provided with quality tender loving care, and peaceful safe housing.
We appreciate the kind and generous contributions that our organization continues to receive in support of its work. Our focus remains steadfast on our principle objectives of saving, protecting and preserving America’s horses through rescue, sanctuary and education.
Please visit us at www.wildforlifefoundation.org to learn more about our programs, our staff, and our work.
Wild for Life Foundation is a fully active federally registered 501 (c)3 nonprofit charity that complies with all relevant federal, state and local statutes, regulations and operational policies. WFLF conducts its charitable services at an average efficiency of about 97%, with 0% paid toward administrative staff and an average of 3% paid toward licensing/filing fees and revenue fee processing. EIN: 26-3052458