Our Sponsorship program allows you to "keep tabs" on your favorite Wolf Park wolf, coyote or fox - or give a friend or loved one the gift of a sponsorship. Animal sponsors receive a certificate with a photograph of their wolf and its biography. Four times a year, sponsors receive updates on their animal's activities along with a current photo. Sponsors receive all the benefits of a family membership, such as free admission to the Park for themselves and five family members, and our newsletter.
A unique part of the sponsorship program is the privilege of meeting your animal. Sponsors over 18 years of age and in good health (restrictions will apply) are welcome to make an appointment to meet "their" animal, up close and in person, during the year of their sponsorship. (In some cases, sponsors may have to meet a proxy.) Visits can be scheduled March to December, and last about 30 minutes. There is a mandatory safety orientation for those meeting their wolf.
We believe that the impact of meeting a wolf in person is profound and this connection helps us all understand the importance of the wild world on our planet. We hope that each sponsor becomes a better citizen of the world, and finds an even greater love and respect for nature and wildlife, after having this unique experience with one of our wolves.
People of any age may sponsor a wolf, but you must be 18 years of age or older to meet our wolves in person. Younger sponsors may meet a fox instead. Sometimes our animals are not available to meet sponsors in person but we will arrange proxy animal visits if this happens. Only the sponsor listed on the certificate can meet the animal -- one person per sponsorship.
Current sponsors - you can also renew your sponsorship here! Just select your current animal. You are already in our database, so we know you are renewing. Please call +1(765)567-2265 to schedule your visit.
Note: If this item is a gift, please be sure to enter the recipient's name and address in the Additional Notes field at checkout.
Having trouble choosing an animal? Learn more about our furry friends here!