(Naples, FL – Feb. 3, 2023) Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education and Experience Center is proud to unveil a more modern logo and updated branding, to more accurately reflect the organization’s mission of “Healing Hearts and Minds through Rescue, Sanctuary, and Education.”

According to Shy Wolf’s Executive Director, Deanna Deppen, “While ‘rescue’ is at the heart of our mission, Shy Wolf has an education and outreach team that is touching thousands of students and adults every year. Additionally, we coordinate with local non-profits to provide life-changing animal encounters through our Healing Hearts Program. Our hope is that with this rebrand, we can engage more people in the full scope of how we serve our community.”


Shy Wolf is rolling out the new logo and colors, a more modernized look and feel along with its vision for the future. This new brand identity embodies the goal of Shy Wolf to grow into its new campus by raising awareness about the impact and services already offered, as well as the expanded resources the new campus will provide.


This is a pivotal year in moving Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education and Experience Center closer to its goal of building A SANCTUARY FOR ALL from the ground up. The Sanctuary welcomes input and assistance from the community in a variety of ways. Opportunities exist for committee work planning the new location and steering committee leadership roles. The need is great, and the time is now. Contact Deanna Deppen at deanna@shywolfsanctuary.org to learn more.


About Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education and Experience Center

Shy Wolf Sanctuary Education and Experience Center was founded in 1993. Incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in January 2001, Shy Wolf strives to educate people about captive-bred exotic animal rescue while helping animals in need. Many of the animals they have rescued have been abandoned, neglected, and abused. They have stories to share of survival, thriving, learning to trust again, and the healing power of unconditional love. Shy Wolf Sanctuary has rescued over 1300 animals and provided valuable educational experiences to tens of thousands of human visitors from around the world. www.ShyWolfSanctuary.org.