NAPLES — Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education & Experience Center is pleased to announce that the second annual WolfStock: Brewfest and Food Truck Rally will take place Nov. 14. To protect the health and safety of its supports, the event will be a hybrid in-person and virtual concert with online auction. Proceeds from WolfStock will support the continued care of Shy Wolf Sanctuary’s resident animals as well as its education and outreach efforts.
Shy Wolf Sanctuary is seeking auction items such as:
• Restaurant gift certificates
• Rounds of golf
• Travel gift certificates
• Donation of time share weeks
• Spa packages
• Themed gift baskets (health, beauty, food)
• Art and jewelry
Donors will receive recognition on Shy Wolf Sanctuary’s website, enewsletter to 20,000 Southwest Florida subscribers, 110,000 international fans on Facebook, and 91,000 Instagram followers. For more information about the auction, contact Steven Kissinger at 239-398-9640 or email@example.com.
Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education and Experience Center was founded in 1993. In January 2001, Shy Wolf was formalized as a nonprofit organization with the goal of educating people about captive-bred exotic animal rescue in addition to helping more animals in need. To date, Shy Wolf Sanctuary has rescued over 1,260 animals and provided valuable educational experiences to tens of thousands of human visitors from around the world.
Shy Wolf Sanctuary’s current facility has reached capacity, so the organization is making plans to expand in Southwest Florida. Its vision is to become an internationally recognized sanctuary that is revolutionizing captive animal care and education, while providing a place of hope and healing for all that enter our gates. Through animal encounters and immersive educational programs, the organization hopes to inspire visitors to take ongoing action to protect wildlife and the sensitive environment while spreading kindness and compassion to our greater community.
Shy Wolf Sanctuary is county, state and federally licensed and inspected by Collier County Domestic Animal Services, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the United States Department of Agriculture. For more information, visit www.ShyWolfSanctuary.org.