WFLF's Serenity Acres Equine Sanctuary Educational and Wellness Center
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Founded in 2008, 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.
We aim to integrate culture and the arts with humane values to elevate conscience, inspire compassion and reduce the suffering of animals.
We are dedicated to saving, protecting and preserving equines through education, sanctuary and rescue. We work to ensure the preservation of wild equines and the humane treatment, care and well-being of all equines. WFLF and its wild horse preservation initiative serves as an educational platform for the protection of wildlife through the provision of long term sanctuary of wild horses and burros removed from America's rangelands.
WFLF strives to inform, inspire, and empower the public for the greater good in saving, preserving and protecting wild and domestic equines and their significant roles in our world’s society, ecosystem and history; for a better world now and for generations to come.
We are an all volunteer charity including staff, CEO, Board of Directors, Advisory Board and Honorary Board Members whose contributions of time and talent are all donated.
Wild for Life Foundation’s educational film project, "SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES: A NATION BETRAYED" is an inspirational social action tool for promoting wild horse conservation and preservation initiatives, strengthening natural partnerships between people and horses, and supporting the prevention of equine cruelty.
It's a powerful feature documentary film with a deeply passionate look into the world of both wild and domestic horses; their connection to our history and the future of humanity.
"A provocative rallying cry for justice and integrity" - THE QUAD CINEMA, NYC "Outstanding" - LA SPLASH MAGAZINE "Impassioned" - HOLLYWOOD REPORTER "Shocking statistics… "A searing indictment" -VARIETY "Filled with facts" - NY TIMES “A broad and balanced spectrum of opinion through interviews with veterinarians, trainers, policymakers and celebrity horsemen” - ABOUT.COM
Viewers venture across America’s breathtaking landscapes to witness the magnificence, power and free spirit of one of America’s most treasured icons, the horse. The film "contrasts shots of noble, beautiful, galloping animals... with well-researched, shocking statistics." –VARIETY.
SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES highlights imminent and urgent health risks to humans and the environmental impact caused by the capture, removal, transport and stockpiling of both wild and domestic horses to be slaughtered for human consumption.
Cast: Linda Grey, Tippi Hedren, Paul Sorvino Ken Wahl and Willie Nelson.
"Saving America's Horses - A Nation Betrayed"
Wild for Life Foundation’s educational film, "SAVING AMERICA’S HORSES: A NATION BETRAYED" is an inspirational social action tool for promoting wild horse conservation and preservation initiatives and the prevention of equine cruelty. Wild for Life Foundation is garnering donations to rescue at risk equines, help educate the public and help purchase lands to return horse and burro populations to the wild and provide lifelong sanctuaries for equines in need.