Our generous sponsors and granting foundations make it possible for Safe Haven to grow.
We are grateful for their continued support and belief in our mission.
Intern Bunkhouse Project Grantors
Newmont Mining Corporation
Barrick Gold of North America
The John Ben Snow Memorial trust
Less than $5,000
The Thelma B. and Thomas P. Hart Foundation
Support for the new Black Bear Enclosure and recent Lioness Rescue
DJ & T Foundation
July 2016 The DJ & T Foundation awarded a grant of $50,000 toward the construction of a black bear habitat for rescued black bears. The new habitat will include a large multi-level shade and climbing platform, a 31 x 50 in-ground pool, dens and an enrichment post that will allow us to
hang suspended enrichment items. This wonderful gift has allowed us to quickly move forward on this project that we plan to finish in spring.
The DJ & T Foundation has long supported animal rescue organizations with emphasis on spay and neuter programs. The Foundation also supports sanctuary projects including major international rescue efforts.
Marta Heflin Foundation
October 2016 – Safe Haven received a $6,000 grant from the Marta Heflin Foundation toward the care of recently rescued African lioness Mona.
Lioness Mona was placed with Safe Haven last November when a Colorado facility was closing. In preparation for her arrival, we constructed a large shift area attached to African lion Ifaw who had lost his enclosure mate several years ago. Once assured the two were becoming fast friends, we allowed them access into each other’s areas and they have been doing very well ever since.
The Marta Heflin Foundation supports organizations with interests in the performing arts, animal welfare and environmental conservation. The Marta Heflin Foundation’s gift helps support the veterinary care and other related expenses for Mona. We are grateful they chose Safe Haven for this very generous gift.
November 2016 – Patagonia awarded Safe Haven a generous grant of $2,500 toward the construction of the new black bear enclosure to house rescued bears. Safe Haven provides lifelong care to non-releasable wildlife and interim care for those eligible for reintroduction.