Who We Are
The Wolf Run Wildlife and Spiritual Sanctuary, LLC. (WRWSS) is based near Remus, Michigan. Started in 2006 as a single event with the idea of bringing people of many faiths together in the spirit of acceptance, understanding and cooperation. Our goal is to establish a sanctuary capable of servicing the needs of people who belong to what are considered to be non or Pre-Christian spiritual paths or beliefs by spreading diverse unity among religions.
We are continuously endeavoring to work together within the community towards Education, Understanding, Acceptance and Equality for these spiritual paths and to be a positive enduring presence, both locally and throughout the state in part by creating a space where people are treated with dignity and respect without prejudice.
It was not long after Incorporating in 2009, that Wolf Run was able to acquire its 501(c)(3) nonprofit status through the State of Michigan and is Federally recognized as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity. This assisted the organization to grow from hosting its own events, to being able to work with other organizations around the state. From networking and sharing resources with other groups, to being able to host their retreats and events, Wolf Run was able to meet its mission, and the needs of the community. Each year Wolf Run is visited by hundreds of people from all over the state during these events.
With the aid of volunteers, including its diverse members that make up it’s Board of Directors, Wolf Run is able to carry out various projects and maintenance here at the property along with being able to assist other organizations and groups around the state whenever possible. Some of Wolf Run’s events and programs include, but are not limited to, its Annual Harvest Festival and Psychic Fair, Community Education and Environmental Awareness. In 2018, Wolf Run was asked to take on the mantle of administering the Michigan Pagan College Scholarship Fund and continues to do so to this day.
The Mission of the Wolf Run Wildlife and Spiritual Sanctuary shall be the advancement of religion and elimination of prejudice and discrimination based on religious beliefs and to establish a sanctuary for animals, both wild and domestic.
“At Wolf Run, people are treated like how family should be treated, and anyone who can leave hate at the gate is welcome.” Stan Newcombe
More Information about WRWSS
- Map and Directions
- Virtual Tour of the WRWSS Farm - NEW! Take a look at our proposed Dining Pavilion HERE!
- FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
- Facebook Photo and Video Galleries
- Visit our YouTube channel by clicking HERE.
- Meet The Board of Directors (BOD)
- Wolf Run in the Media, Press Releases, Podcast and More...
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