Audio Conferencing to Help The Wild Animal Sanctuary Save More Lives

Each year Adigo selects a charitable or philanthropic organization and grants them a full year of free audio conferencing services. This year, we are excited to announce The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colorado as the 2014 recipient.

Its executive director, Pat Craig described their mission during the application process as follows: “To rescue abused, abandoned and orphaned captive wildlife and provide them with rehabilitation and life-long care. The benefit will come in the form of being able to teleconference with many of the other animal welfare and law enforcement agencies we work with on a regular basis – as in coordinating rescue logistics and other details when large numbers of constituents are involved.”

Upon selection of The Wild Animal Sanctuary for free audio conferencing service, Brad Volin, president of Adigo remarked, “We’re proud to help The Wild Animal Sanctuary fulfill their mission of rescuing captive exotic and endangered large carnivores who have been abused, abandoned, exploited or illegally kept.  It is a perfect fit because we wanted to help a local company in our community, and because The Wild Animal Sanctuary conducts rescues across North and South America, they can utilize our extensive expertise and global network for international conference calls.”

In response, Mr. Craig was truly excited to have another tool at their disposal that will help them conduct their difficult, complex and extremely important work by saying:

“Thank you very much for notifying us of this wonderful news.  We are very grateful for your generous support!”

He went on to say, “We are very grateful for Adigo’s support and generosity, as their expertise and services in both national and global communications will help the Wild Animal Sanctuary immensely.  Rescuing Large carnivores such as Lions, Tigers and Bears is difficult work and requires immense planning and coordination, and Adigo’s services will enable our Sanctuary to reach every resource needed to save the lives of these majestic creatures.”

Seems like a match made in animal heaven!

Check out The Wild Animal Sanctuary website and Facebook page for more information and to learn more about the great work this organization is doing.


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