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Phone: 260-636-7383
1426 W. 300 N.
P.O. Box 02

Albion
Indiana 46701
USA
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Target demographics: Children ages 4-17, adults, students

Direct beneficiaries per year: 5-12 animals are adopted each year

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: Help with groundskeeping, preparing animal diets, housekeeping, maintenance projects, fundraising and awareness projects.

Geographic areas served: Indiana, midwest

Programs: Sanctuary tours
Camps for kids ages 3-12
Field trips
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Mission:
We exist to give rescued and retired animals a safe haven and to educate people to positively impact the conservation and preservation of exotic and endangered species and encourage responsible pet ownership.
Results:
Approximately 15,000 people tour the sanctuary annually to observe and learn about more than 45 exotic and endangered former “pets” and retired performers, issues related to the exotic pet trade, and conservation of endangered species and habitats.

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07/12/14
This place is scamming the public for tens of thousands of dollars to rescue animals from who? Private owners, Think about this for one minute please, are they not a private owner who started out with one cat and found that being non profit is a way for you to fund their hobby? And they want to take... more »
07/08/14
I am extremely disappointed in Black Pine Animal Sanctuary-The mission stated here has changed to suit the need to find new donations from Animal Rights Extremists-They encourage boycotts and bans on animal ownership now-This is a political agenda. They themselves rather hypocritical by having tours... more »
07/02/14
I visit Black Pine Animal Sanctuary (current name) about once a month during their open season. I always look forward to seeing the animals having "known" some of them for 5 years of visits. New animal residents are always exciting to meet. It is wonderful to see a sanctuary where the animals ... more »
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