November 4th, 2010
Check Out Our Updated Sanctuary Site!
Every so often we like to take a step back to take stock of how we’re doing — not just with the animals in our care but with how we communicate our important message to you, our friends and supporters. After taking a careful look at the Born Free USA Sanctuary website we decided some changes were in order and refocused on what matters most: sharing in the most effective way possible details about our compassionate primate care!
We are now authoring a regular blog where you can get the latest stories about what’s happening at the sanctuary and read about some of the amazing monkeys we are privileged to care for.
We have just uploaded more pictures and video to our galleries where you can see for yourself the important work carried out here. Check back often because these will change often.
We have also added a separate rescue page to provide descriptions and updates about recent rescues.
Few things give me more satisfaction than knowing that rescued primates will be able to spend the rest of their lives outdoors, with others of their kind, moving about with as much freedom as we can provide. When we agree to accept an animal for placement at the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary we are saying, in essence, that we trust not only in our ability to care competently for that animal but also that we trust in the support our donors will provide out of their compassion for these innocent animals.
You can help support our hands-on mission of hope by donating in any number of ways, including making a donation, adopting a primate or becoming a member of Born Free USA. For more information about supporting the sanctuary, check out our many options online; call (800) 348-7387, ext. 215; or write to us at 1122 S Street, Sacramento, CA 95811.
Meanwhile, be sure to check out the new content on our sanctuary website!
Until next time …
P.S. It’s not too early to start planning for those December holiday presents, and nothing makes a more compassionate Christmas than giving a primate adoption as a gift or a bag of nuts or bundle of bananas to our sanctuary residents.