Timon and I continue to be amazed at how quickly time passes. So much has happened with Plan B to Save Wolves since its inception … all because of our wonderful donors, supporters and volunteers. To recap …
The Plan B Foundation to Save Wolves received its 501c3 status at the end of 2016 and we are very proud of what we have achieved in just a short amount of time.
Sedona Wolf Week 2017 was a huge success and attended by approximately 1,100 people across all events including speaker presentations, wolf socials, films, co-existence panel, Tlaquepaque event, school presentations and more. The event had barely ended before Plan B along with co-founder Apex Protection Project started planning Sedona Wolf Week 2018. We are honored to announce Poco Diablo Resort and Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation will continue as our Presenting Sponsor.
Serving Others, Helping Wolves and Wolfdogs In keeping with our mission, we have contributed significantly to other organizations to help them in their efforts to support, educate, advocate and rescue wolves and wolf dogs. From large rescues of 22 high content wolf dogs to life saving surgery for an abused wolf dog puppy, Plan B has worked tirelessly to be excellent stewards of our donors' support of our mission.
Chaos & Theory Come Home One of our favorite rescues of 2017 would be of our very own wolf dogs Chaos & Theory. Through the rescue network, Plan B became aware of these two puppies (litter mates) that had been dumped at a food truck in Colorado Springs, CO. With the help of W.O.L.F. Sanctuary, Plan B rescued the two puppies by driving 28 hours round trip to bring them home. The boys are growing up into wonderful Plan B Ambassadors and serve as a daily reminder as to why we do what we do.
We are sincerely grateful for all of you, for our two pups and to be able to fulfill our mission. To pursue our passion and serve wolves, wolf dogs and the organizations and individuals that work daily to save them is a dream come true.
Betsy & Timon
Chaos & Theory