2:1 Matching grant means TRIPLE the help for the animals!

One of our generous donors has committed to helping us raise money so we can continue our rapid rate of construction and growth. Between now and December 31, 2017 – All general fund donations will be MATCHED TWO TO ONE up to $68,000!! This means that each dollar you donate will MATCHED with TWO MORE DOLLARS![…]

It’s #GivingTuesday – an we have a unique way to show your support

You can donate through our website (using the green donation box) – OR – You can pick a square below and give through our special GivingGrid and upload your favorite photo to show your support! Let’s fill the grid with photos from our supporters!  

It’s Cyber Monday and tomorrow is Giving Tuesday!!

Giving Tuesday – a Global Giving Movement Giving Tuesday was created to unite us all in a day of generosity, to make a difference in the world any way we choose at the start of this busy holiday season. You can help the animals on Tuesday November 28th by donating any amount to Forest Animal[…]

Bad news is usually followed by good news

Sometimes, when things look bad, it helps to focus on the good that follows. That is how we have continued to get through almost 20 years of ups and downs, continuing to grow and improve the sanctuary every step of the way. Here are our latest issues and how they are working out: We were[…]

They have names!

Thank you to everyone who submitted names for the beautiful cougars from Argentina. Meet Harvey and Irma… After 15 years at a zoo in Argentina with no names, they are now living it up in a true sanctuary in Florida and they officially have names!               You can help[…]

We made it through Hurricane Irma!

The animals are all safe, their safety areas held strong. The new building is intact even though it had no doors or windows installed yet. The bad bad news is that we have tons of trees down and lots of them landed on our perimeter fence. In he end, not too bad. Nothing some extra[…]

Forest Animal Rescue is in the path of Hurricane Irma

The sanctuary has been through hurricanes before. In 2004 we were located a a few hours south, near the Peace River. We were directly hit by hurricanes Charley, Frances and Jeanne over a period of only 6 weeks. We sustained $200,000 in damage but had no injuries or escapes. Attempting to evacuate 100 animals in[…]