Nonprofit Spotlight: Brother Wolf Animal Rescue

At Beverly-Hanks, we believe that every creature in our community should have the opportunity and means to Live the Life You Choose.

We work hard to reinforce our community each year by giving generously of our time and support. But our giving is generally limited to the causes closest to our leadership, agents, and staff. Last night at our first ever Karma Keg for Charity event, the crowd got to decide which local charity deserved additional support this holiday season—and raised more than $1,800 for the winning nonprofit.

Drumroll, please! And the winner was…

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Brother Wolf Animal Rescue

Brother Wolf Animal Rescue was founded in 2007 to provide resources and life-saving programs to build a No-Kill community, where no dogs or cats are killed for population control.

As a grassroots organization, Brother Wolf believes strongly in community engagement and making it easy to adopt, volunteer, and become involved in its No-Kill mission. BWAR’s No-Kill Community Development Initiative has five chapters in place to implement life-saving programs and build their own No-Kill communities. A new 82.5-acre animal sanctuary in Leicester is also in the works. It will be a place for people and animals to heal, as well as focus on working towards the vision of uncompromised compassion for all animals.

Founded in Asheville, NC, Brother Wolf’s five chapters include thrift stores and adoption centers in Dickenson County, VA; Henderson County, NC; Marion County, SC; McDowell County, NC; and Rutherford County, NC.

Adopt, Foster, and Volunteer with Brother Wolf

Open your heart and your home to an orphaned animal in need. Brother Wolf has dozens of animals in need of temporary and forever homes. Foster families incur zero medical expenses and have food provided as needed. Or bring an animal into your home for keeps. Brother Wolf has dogs and cats for adoption, as well as guinea pigs, mice, pigs, rabbits, and even turtles.

If you’re not in a position to bring animals into your home, you can still help save thousands of dogs and cats each year. At the Adoption Center, volunteers greet visitors, answer phones, and help with paperwork in addition to working with the animals. Or you could sort and price items at Brother Wolf’s Second Chances Thrift Store. Volunteers are also needed to help at offsite Adoption Events throughout WNC.

Get More by Giving Back

Beverly-Hanks is immeasurably proud of our agents and staff for their regular involvement in strengthening the community through service and financial support. We were also so excited to see such a great community turnout at last night’s inaugural Karma Keg event. But while we had a wonderful time, we know there’s still plenty more time to give before the new year!

Support local causes now and in the future by giving of your time and money to an organization like Brother Wolf Animal Rescue that means something to you. Reach out to Brother Wolf or contact your Beverly-Hanks agent to learn about local nonprofits in your community.

Brother Wolf Animal Rescue

31 Glendale Avenue, Asheville

(828) 505-3440


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