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A unique aspect of Home for Life® is the help the programs we offer provide to both animals and people. The story of Marian and her dog Shadow demonstrates how care for life sanctuaries are in a unique position—like none other in animal welfare—to maintain the bonds between animals and their owners. Sanctuary saves lives, not only of the animals we help, but also the people who love them.
Pictured left: Shakespeare
The latest photos for our sponsor program were taken by Katie of Katie Thering Photography (katiethering.com). If her name sounds familiar, it may be because you recognize her as the photographer who has captured the highlights of all our gala events including the our most recent gala of March 2018, with special guest Dr. Jane Goodall. For those of you who were not able to attend and also, for those who were there, be sure to see the blog post by event photographer Katie Theiring of Katie Thering Photography (https://www.katiethering.com/) which includes many of her beautiful photos from the evening: http://homeforlifesanctuary.blogspot.com/2018/04/home-for-life-spring-gala-featuring-dr.html
Home for Life's® longtime friend and supporter photographer Mark Luinenburg was out to the sanctuary last Friday to get some spring photos. Spring? - it was nearly 90 degrees - and this after we had been under blizzard warnings in mid Apri - just a month before. The warm temperatures soared and everything seemed to bloom at once. We scrambled to get the canopies up and pools out, and get ready for tour season. We are now solidly into summer complete with hot temperatures and lots of humidity. but everyone is grateful for better weather and lots of sunshine.
A video produced by the the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation "An Animal Sanctuary that Promotes Kindness" was the featured video on KarmaTube for the week of June 7th, 2018.
The video depicts scenes from life at Home for Life's® sanctuary as well as our Peace Creatures® community outreach programs, which bring vulnerable animals and people together so both can heal. See The video here: http://www.karmatube.org/videos.php?id=6785
Home for Life® Animal Sanctuary is open for tours to those interested in seeing our facility, meeting the animals and learning more about our mission and programs. Priority for scheduling tours is given to our donors and sponsors. Home for Life® offers tours throughout the summer and as far into the fall as weather permits, and as long as visitors want to undertake the drive! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 800-252-5918 to schedule your time to visit us- We hope to see YOU soon!
Home for Life's newest event is sold out! A swim party at sunset, with a Caribbean flavor, for you and your four legged friend(s) !
For dogs and those who love them - a relaxed afternoon and early evening to celebrate the end of summer.
Celebrate the end of summer with your best friend and support the animals of Home for Life! Sunday September 9,2018 at the Town and Country Club, St. Paul. See you soon! Thank you to Corgi Racing Society for coordinating our new feature: Corgi Racing! And many thanks to our official event photographer, KME Photography! This event is sold out!
We've were pretty busy here with the sold out spring event but made time to have Mark Luinenburg out for a winter visit last week. Home for Life® has had so much snow this winter that even with the temperatures reaching nearly 50 degrees this past week, we still have plenty of the stuff. But no one is complaining and it's wonderful to have more light, warmer temperatures and sunshine after a tough winter. These photos were taken to include in the gala slideshow of Mark's photos, a much loved highlight e at every Home for Life® event. Mark has helped Home for Life® since 1996!
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Home for Life® is a registered 501 (c) (3) charity. Your donation provides the animals of Home for Life® with food, veterinary care, toys and a beautiful facility to roam freely. 100% of donations go to helping these animals receive the medical care they need, as well as the affection and freedom to help them recover from illness, disability, mistreatment or neglect. With your help, these incredible animals can lead the full, safe and happy lives they deserve.