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**NOTICE TO OUR COMMUNITY** 

As Kitsap County moves towards Phase 2 in Covid Recovery, we will begin a limited restart of many services, with new safety measures in place to accommodate the rules. Stay tuned here for how you can re-engage with tours, animal/equine assisted sessions, and volunteering.

 

Until we have the go ahead in Phase 2, all Sanctuary public events, and person to person activities have been suspended. We have created a special Online Community to support families, youth, volunteers, and adults, who are missing their time at Sanctuary. You will find; One Heart Wildlife videos and activities, Caring for Sanctuary Animals, Nature & Animal Activities, and Mindfulness.

 

Stay Safe! Be Well!

 

One Heart Wild Education Sanctuary

Mission

We believe we have a responsibility to promote the health, well-being, and welfare of animals, humans, and nature through equitable, inclusive, and mutually beneficial relationships. 

Vision

One Heart Wild Education Sanctuary envisions a community that inspires healing, kindness, and advocacy through empathic relationships with all life on earth. 

Learn more and get involved.

Improving Our Communities One Relationship at A Time

One Heart Wild is committed to recognizing the rights of all individuals to mutual respect; acceptance of others without biases based on differences or status of any kind, including but not limited to, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, or species.

News & Notes

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