At Wolves Matter we partner with numerous wolf and wolfdog sanctuaries around America. Each quarter we will partner with a group and proceeds from every sale will go to supporting that organization in their conservation of wolves.

We believe that as a wolf community, we need to come together and support the growth of the wolf population by any means necessary.


We also want to highlight two critically endangered wolf species, the Mexican gray wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) and the red wolf (Canis rufus). The Mexican gray wolf and the red wolf are among the rarest mammals in North America; both species at one time were completely extinct in the wild. 

Presently there are approximately 400 Mexican gray wolves and 300 red wolves remaining in the world, the majority living within the network of facilities (like the Wolf Conservation Center). We as humans have a role in protecting the future of wolves. Moreover, wolves have huge ecological benefits in regulating other species' populations.

Now more than ever, wildlife is counting on us. The wolf is classified as an endangered species as we talk (2018) because hunters overkilled them, thinking they were dangerous predators. However, through research and close interaction we have discovered that wolves are incredibly misunderstood. That is also what we want to convey through #WolvesMatter. Wolf lovers out there, raise your voice, because Wolves Matter!



Looking forward, Wolves Matter aims to help the conservation of the wolf species through generous humans who see the earth as more than a place to industrialize, we see it as a home. It is essential that we work together to be the voice for the animals that cannot speak for themselves