Wellington, Fla. – Feb. 23, 2018 – Join us for CANA’s third annual #Rewild Party to save over 60,000 imprisoned horses! The CANA Foundation works through a combination of grants, advocacy efforts, and public awareness campaigns to responsibly support harmony between humans, plants, and animals that encourages a beneficial and thriving ecosystem for today and tomorrow. All of the proceeds go towards saving wild horses for extinction.
For more information, please visit rewildparty.eventbrite.com
To donate or to pay in advance, visit www.canafoundation.org/donate
WHEN: Friday, February 23rd, 2018 at 7:00 pm
WHERE: The Grille Fashion Cuisine
12300 South Shore Blvd
Wellington, FL 33414
Manda Kalimian the Founder & President of the CANA Foundation. Her passion and love for our wild horses has been the inspiration for the foundation and all its members in this fight for our wild horse relatives.
Danielle DeVincentisisthe Director of Marketing and Communications at the CANA Foundation. Danielle’s love for horses started young while competing in some of the country’s most prestigious horse shows.
Moses Brings Plentyis the Director of Rangeland Relations at the CANA Foundation. He is Oglala Lakota born on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Moses is an Oglala Lakota Spiritual Leader; fluent in the Lakota language, culture, and traditions.
Will Strongheart is the MC of this event. He infuses his cultural understandings of both his Ojibwe and Lakota heritages to creatively address social issues. He helps CANA deliver our message through various artistic avenues to both social and community relations.
We are also honored to have J NiCole Hatfield at out #Rewild Party! J. NiCole’s artwork honors and appreciates the unchanging spirit of all things in nature, as well as the traditional tribal values, in a modern way.