Tribute Gifts and Naming Opportunities

Tribute Gifts provide a lasting honorary or memorial reminder of someone special in your life. And Sanctuary Naming Opportunities show the world that your family, business, or organization cares about compassion and kindness to all.

Commemorate a beloved pet or person with a photo tile, engraved brick, or wind chime– or help beautify the Memorial and Reflection Garden with a commemorative Water Fountain; a handmade Bench or Flower Planter, made from repurposed wood; or plant a living tribute Dogwood Tree (see all options below.)

If you would like to divide your total donation amount into monthly installments, please email

Memorial and Honorary Gift Donations

Dogs Village Sponsorships and Naming Opportunities

Cats Village Sponsorships and Naming Opportunities

Sanctuary Medical Center Sponsorships and Naming Opportunities


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$200,000 ea.

(Note: Click + then “Add to Cart" to purchase) The Sanctuary Medical Center at Brother Wolf Animal Sanctuary will provide the highest standard of medical support for the dogs, cats and other animals in our care. This modern facility will fulfill our typical medical, surgical, and radiology needs as well as routine lab work and ongoing dental and outpatient care. Title Sponsorship of the Sanctuary Medical Center will support the over 500-600 animals in our care, at our adoption facilities and across our Foster Network. About half the animals we rescue are suffering from chronic or acute health issues, often requiring extensive medical care. Our medical costs alone typically range from $40K to $60K per month.Brother Wolf receives no government funding for our rescue work, and meeting these ongoing medical costs is a major challenge to our No Kill mission. We currently outsource most all our medical and surgical needs to local veterinarians. By bringing these services in-house, with our own medical staff, we can expand our on-site veterinary support and still save about $20K to $30K per month in retail medical costs! In addition, due to the high volume of animals we have in our care, our animals sometimes have to wait longer than we like to see a veterinarian. Having to wait for busy veterinary clinics to see our animals often results in adoptions being delayed until the medical/surgical care can be received. With our new medical center, animals will receive care in a much more efficient manner allowing them to get to feeling better faster, and to go to their new adoptive homes more quickly! *Up to 3 year pledge arrangement available.

Learning Center Sponsorship and Naming Opportunities


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$500,000 ea.

(Note: Click + then “Add to Cart" to purchase) Title Sponsorship of the Learning Center will provide a state of the art facility for humane education and values-based leadership, organizational, and community development. The Learning Center will be a central hub of activity at the Sanctuary, where our volunteers and staff will gather together to strategize, launch and assess our daily animal care activities. Volunteer support is a critical resource to all of our work including our community outreach and education programs, as well as our animal enrichment and foster care programs. We are a volunteer-centric organization, and the common thread through all our work is values-based community engagement:  citizens working together to promote kindness, compassion and mercy– and to achieve measurable, sustainable community change. The Learning Center will include a 250 seat meeting hall and commercial kitchen for larger groups, and smaller classrooms for group learning. On site at the Learning Center, we'll offer a wide variety of learning opportunities forpeople of all ages: We'll host conferences for caring citizens and municipal officials who want to learn about building sustainable No Kill programming in their own communities, and give them a place to network with other like-minded professionals. And we’ll offer comprehensive youth programs that challenge, inspire and cultivate deep accomplishment in our young participants. They’ll learn about empathy and altruism, group and team dynamics,community collaboration, and social change. We know that youthengagement is our most strategic investment toward sustaining long-term progress on our No Kill mission. Too, we know that the youth of today must be uniquely prepared for a world in transition. Our "Virtual Sanctuary” program will provide a critical upgrade  to out-dated “humane education” curricula to help better prepare youth for new challenges they’ll face, including understanding the contributors and solutions to burgeoning deforestation, industrial pollution, climate change, and mass species extinction. The "Virtual Sanctuary” curricula is currently under development by our humane education staff in collaboration with area school teachers from diverse school districts. The completed programming will be simulcast live from the Learning Center, over the internet, free to school children across the country. *Up to 3 year pledge arrangement available.

"Compassion Farm" Sponsorship and Naming Opportunities

Memorial and Reflection Garden Sponsorship and Naming Opportunities

Volunteer Cabins Sponsorship