Thursday, March 6, 2014

Save the Date! Celebrating Life, Horses and Healing

Save the date!
Wild for Life Foundation’s Spring Benefit Reception 2014
to benefit U.S. Veterans, Youth and Horses
Step into an exquisite sensory experience, including a fabulous fusion du jour of hors d’oeuvres paired with hand-selected fine wines and a private inspirational musical performance.
WHEN: Saturday, March 29, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

WHERE: Private residence in Rancho Santa Fe, California

Kick off to Spring and private charity fundraising reception for a new Equine Sanctuary and Educational Center in North County San Diego, California. The facilities will provide community enrichment equine wellness activities together with robust equine-therapy programs for active duty military and veterans struggling with war trauma and other disabilities. 

Ken Wahl, Honorary Co-Chair, Golden Globe Winner
Katia Louise, D.Arts/D.A., Director, Filmmaker
Bing Bush, Jr., Equine Law Attorney

Linda Harris, M.A. Education, Youth Programs, Special Ed
Sean Kelly, Comedian/ Emcee, and Desert Storm vet
Craig Downer, Wildlife Ecologist, author and Wild Horse Expert
Daniel Ramos, Navajo Spiritual Leader, FCSW, LADCFS
Rob Pliskin, MSSA, LSW, CDCA, EAGALA Dual Certified Educator 

The Wild for Life Foundation (WFLF) is a 501 (c)(3) volunteer based U.S. registered tax exempt nonprofit charity dedicated to elevating life and healing through community enrichment and social engagement. We are focused on building compassion and positive life skills through a range of wellness and educational programs that respond to the needs of a healthy community. WFLF promotes the preservation of natural ecosystems, wildlife and the prevention of cruelty to animals. We are dedicated to providing lifesaving rescue and sanctuary for abused, neglected and slaughter bound equines; preserving and protecting wild horses and burros; and informing, inspiring, and empowering the public through cultural visual arts education for the prevention of equine cruelty. We strive to preserve and celebrate Native heritage and cultures through embracing harmonious relationships among people, animals and nature as a collective whole.  Federal ID No. 26-3052458