Update 13th November 2017: WE ARE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE REACHED OUR GOAL – WE HAVE RAISED €5.000!
Thank you to your incredible support, animals like Galicia and Pablo are able to begin their new lives in safety at Wings of Heart Sanctuary. These babies, along with those animals whose stories we have shared over the last few weeks as part of the “Life Without Fear” campaign, live free at Wings of Heart thanks to the generosity of people like you. We are so grateful.
Right now, we are preparing a very special final chapter to the campaign which we look forward to sharing with you very soon. In the meantime, the campaign remains open: there is still time to share or donate so please continue to spread the word. The money raised as part of the campaign will go to provide vital medication, food and care to all of the animals under our care. And animals who need our help keep on arriving on our doorstep. We need all the support we can get!
Thank you so much for being part of our dream: that all animals deserve to live A Life Without Fear.
On behalf of all the animals (and their carers) at Wings of Heart …. THANK YOU!
Founded in 2011, Wings of Heart Sanctuary, based just outside of Madrid, provides a safe home for over 300 animals who would have otherwise been sent to a painful, terrifying and premature deaths as part of the “livestock” industry. Caring for horses, donkeys, pigs, cows, bulls, geese, goats, ducks, chickens and other animals, our aim is simple – to save lives and to provide a home for life where animals can live without fear and surrounded by the love and respect that they deserve.
About the Campaign
The “Life Without Fear” series will introduce you to just eight of our hundreds of residents (and their closest friends) and share with you their stories. Over the course of two months, you will meet, among others: Agustin the pig, Parchis the goose and Evaristo the goat. Belonging to different species, with different personalities, likes and dislikes, what all of the individuals you will meet have in common is that they are “someone”.
They are not, as they were considered by the people who brought them into the world with plans to raise them, kill them and make profit from their body parts, “something”. They are not commodities to be exploited but individuals with friends who they want to spend time with, love that they want to both give and receive and, above all, lives which they want to live for their own purposes.