Art by Beneficiary Gallery
Safe Haven Wildlife Sanctuary
The artwork below represents artwork where the artist has voluntarily committed to donate a portion from the sale of the artwork to this conservation cause.
"Safe Haven was founded in 2000 for the purpose of aiding wildlife displaced by habitat lost due to increased urbanization in rural, northern Illinois. In the beginning, we worked toward the goal of rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing orphaned and injured animals back into the wild. At the same time, we also housed and provided lifelong care for animals that were unable to be re-released.
In November 2006, we moved to a much larger, 160-acre, property in Imlay, Nev., two hours outside of Reno. The move was necessary in order to respond to the exponentially increasing demand for rehabilitative services and sanctuary placement.
As we continue to grow in numbers, so too does the size of our property. We’ve recently purchased an adjoining 160-acre parcel of land, thereby expanding our sanctuary’s available space to 320 acres total. This continued growth is an exciting prospect for both current and future residents alike."