Join Wolf Connection For Their Howl-O-Ween Fundraiser On October 29th

Wolf Connection is thrilled about being chosen as Blank Rome LLC’s 2017 Adopt-A-Center.

Established in 1999 by Phillips Lerner and adopted by Blank Rome, the Adopt-A-Center Program annually selects a Los Angeles-based non-profit organization that benefits children and families in the community who are in need of outreach and support.

Together, Blank Rome and the “adopted” non-profit organization plan an event, project, or activity for children and families invited by the firm.

On Sunday, October 29th, the organization’s are hosting a Howl-O-Ween Fair and Concert fundraiser; an opportunity to celebrate with the community, raise awareness about the incredible work that both organizations do, and open pathways to meet Wolf Connection’s fundraising goals for 2017; bringing great abundance to our pack of rescued wolves and wolfdogs and the youth they serve.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the wolves and Wolf Connection Founder, Teo Alfero, attend wolf school, explore its haunted creek walk, follow its Wolf-Led Virtual Reality exhibits, as well as, enjoy fair activities and live musical performances by LA’s own Street Poets, internationally renowned guitarist, Bibi McGill, and the band, Grand Canyon.

According to Wolf Connection, it had five major goals for this year and Blank Rome LLC’s Adopt-A-Center program is providing the exciting opportunity for the organization to double, both its capacity and program revenue.

Through the grant, construction of a second compound will ensure the immediate rescue of 25+ wolves when the expansion permits are approved, allowing Wolf Connection to host multiple programs; and the installment of a geodesic dome for sheltered gatherings, which will allow Wolf Connection to begin hosting corporate events.

Wolf Connection was selected to be the 2017 Adopt-A-Center,  because it is a unique educational sanctuary that brings people together through the direct relationship with rescued wolves for the purpose of empowering the next generation to become authentic leaders and stewards of the earth. With the help of the animals, at-risk youth reconnect with nature, learn to be of service by responsibly caring for another being, and work towards becoming the kind of person they want to be. The animals help them focus on their impulses, feelings, and emotions in a constructive way; they learn to forgive and give others (and themselves) a second chance.

More information about the event can be found HERE!

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