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WFLF IMPACT YTD 2017
 

2017 YTD: January - July 2017

Equine Program YTD Summary:

As of January 2017, the Wild For Life Foundation (WFLF) managed approximately 88 equines under its animal rescue and sanctuary program. WFLF paid for the care and housing of approximately 80 of these equines (both wild and domestic horses and burros) and the expenses for 8 equines who resided off site were paid for through foster care/ sponsorships.

As of April 30, 2017 WFLF managed approximately 59 equines under its umbrella with 51 wild and domestic equines directly housed and cared for by WFLF, 16 equines whose care and housing was provided for through foster care/ sponsorships & temporary placements, and 12 equines which were placed through WFLF safe haven transfers and adoptions.

As of July 30, 2017 WFLF managed approximately 56 equines under its umbrella with 48 wild and domestic equines directly housed and cared for by WFLF, 19 equines whose care and housing was provided for through foster care/ sponsorships & temporary placements, and 12 equines which were placed through WFLF safe haven transfers and adoptions.

Throughout the 2017 year to date, hay and feed remained the highest expense under WFLF’s equine rescue and sanctuary program. As of January 2017, WFLF’s costs for quality hay and feed averaged $6500 every 5-6 weeks (based on the average wholesale bulk rate per truck and trailer shipment). WFLF’s average cost for hay and feed for the 2nd & 3rd quarters has been reduced to approximately $3500 (average per month) due to WFLF’s increase in foster care, sponsorships and placements of equines under its umbrella. To learn more about WFLF's overall impact and accomplishments please visit our Impact page >>


2017 ANIMAL RESCUE/ SANCTUARY YTD MATRIX
YTD Total number of Rescue & Sanctuary Animals (Residents)
Species Jan 1, 2017 April 30, 2017 July 30, 2017
Equines 80 51 48
Bunnies 32 0 4
Canines 3 2 2
Goats 5 3 3
Chickens 3 0 0
 
YTD Total number of Rescue & Sanctuary Animals (foster residents, sponsorships & temporary placements)
Species Jan 1, 2017 April 30, 2017 July 30, 2017
Equines 8 16 10
Bunnies 0 4 0
Canines 3 2 2
Goats 0 2 2
Chickens 3 0 0
 
YTD Total number of Animals placed, transferred (safe haven transfers & adoptions)
Species Jan 1, 2017 April 30, 2017 July 30, 2017
Equines 0 12 12
Bunnies 0 28 28
Canines 0 0 0
Goats 0 2 2
Chickens 0 3 0
 
YTD Total number of animals humanely euthanized ( WFLF Euthanasia Policy >>)
Species Jan 1, 2017 April 30, 2017 July 30, 2017
Equines 0 1 1
Bunnies 0 0 0
Canines 0 0 1
Goats 0 0 0
Chickens 0 0 0
 
YTD Total number of Rescue & Sanctuary Animals (Under WFLF’s Program)
Species Jan 1, 2017 April 30, 2017 July 30, 2017
Equines 88 76 76
Bunnies 32 4 4
Canines 3 2 2
Goats 5 5 5
Chickens 3 0 0


LIFESAVING MISSION

2016 FUNDRAISING EFFICIENCY

Approximately 97% of the funds received and spent by WFLF in 2016 went directly to costs which pay for charitable programs. (Approximately 42% paid for hay and feed for rescued animals served through WFLF, 23% paid for shelter, rents and utility expenses related to the provision of housing and safe harbor of rescue animals served through WFLF, 26% paid for primary care expenses including hoof care, health and medical care for injured neglected, mistreated and special needs rescue animals served through WFLF, 3% paid for outreach and education expenses including the cost for materials, publications and supplies to raise awareness and compassion for the protection of equines from roundups, slaughter and other forms of cruelty, 3% paid for transport expenses and 3% paid for administrative costs including licensing, compliance and general fundraising expenses.


Wild for Life Foundation (WFLF) is a federally registered grassroots all volunteer nonprofit charity established for the prevention of cruelty to animals with a focus on animal welfare and the protection of wildlife. Among our greatest concerns are imperiled wild horses and burros, abused, neglected and slaughter bound wild and domestic equines, and inadequate standards of protection for America’s equine population as a whole. We vigorously work to save, protect and preserve abused, neglected, displaced and slaughter bound wild and domestic equines, and educate to raise compassion and improve the standards of protection for America’s equine populations.

WFLF works in conjunction with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and provides emergency and transitional shelter housing and primary care for abused, neglected, injured and homeless animals in need. The WFLF promotes the protection and preservation of wild horses and burros on their Native lands together with the preservation of natural ecosystems and wildlife. The WFLF is achieving these goals through operating lifesaving animal rescue, sanctuary, rehabilitation, preservation, educational, advocacy and protection programs that foster symbiotic environmental stewardship and healing partnerships between people and animals.

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The above photograph was taken in of June 2017 and features Wild Mustang members of WFLF's HERITAGE HERD, residents of Wild For Life Foundation Rescue & Sanctuary, San Diego, California
 
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