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Welcome to our Compassionate Circle!

Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s “Compassionate Circle” is a community of monthly giving for the animals.

Monthly donors help keep us best prepared year round for animal rescue. With your help, we can continue to save and care for the animals who need us most. Recurring donations provide a consistent, reliable revenue stream, allowing us to focus more resources on our lifesaving programs, and less on fundraising.

With your donation of $10 per month or more, we’ll send you our monthly “Compassionate Circle” e-newsletter. Each issue includes “behind the scenes” stories and videos about the animals we rescue, as told by the volunteers, staff and donors (like you!) who make all this lifesaving work possible.

For our 10 year anniversary, help us grow our circle of compassion by welcoming 1,000 new members!

Click Here to Join Our Compassionate Circle Today!

Recent Stories

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We've come a long way, Asheville!
Dear Friend, Yesterday, I had the pleasure of sharing our ten year anniversary video with a dear friend and fellow… Read More
Lifelong Friends Program Finds Home For Special Need...
One of the ways Brother Wolf achieves our no-kill mission is by setting special needs animals and their adopters up… Read More
Canine Nose Work Improves Health In Shelter!
Brother Wolf’s Help Me Learn program empowers staff and volunteers to creatively engage and teach our most challenging animals. Through… Read More
NeighborCorps Program Saves Dog's Life
In February, a member of our community reached out to us for help. His dog, Peter, had darted into a… Read More
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Young Girl Gives Big To The Animals
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is a non-profit organization that relies on donations in order to keep doing our lifesaving work.… Read More
We've come a long way, Asheville!
Dear Friend, Yesterday, I had the pleasure of sharing our ten year anniversary video with a dear friend and fellow… Read More
Fospice Care: Rascal, aka Dobby
The hard truth about working in animal rescue is that we can’t save them all. Occasionally animals develop or come… Read More
Dogs Out of the Shelter and Into the Woods
The Outward Hounds Program Gets Dogs Out of the Shelter and Into the Woods The Outward Hounds Hiking Club started… Read More
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