Help Wolf Park Get A $15,000 Grant!

You have the opportunity to help Wolf Park get our message out about wolves. 1st Source Bank in Downtown Lafayette is offering a grant for nonprofits! We must show there is a need and following for Wolf Park’s services. We just need you to write why Wolf Park deserves to earn a grant of $15,000. This is a contest and we need to get everyone we know to fill these forms out. The amount of responses received is important! It is possible that other nonprofits have hundreds of responses. At the present time we have very few.

Please strongly consider writing a couple of lines stating why our organization deserves to earn this grant. For instance: “I feel Wolf Park’s mission of Research, Education, and Conservation has never been more important or more closely aligned with the needs of wolves, and the critical work they do on behalf of wolves in captivity and in the wild”.

With a grant of $15,000 from 1st Source Bank, Wolf Park can expand on our mission of educating the next generation to understand the web of life and the importance wolves make to our eco-system.

1st Source Bank will be judging by the number of responses and quality of responses to determine the winner. $15,000 can go a long way in helping Wolf Park educate the next generation about wolves!


Get all your friends to help!  The more the merrier!

Click here to download the form.  You can turn it in at the bank (133 North 4th Street, Lafayette) or bring it to Wolf Park we will turn it in for you. You can also email a signed copy to

The deadline for turning these into 1st Source Bank is November 30th.

Thank you for taking the time to help Wolf Park receive a $15,000 grant!

PS: This is not a letter asking for monetary donations and we realize your time is valuable. We are asking for ten minutes of your time. Anyone can help out: moms, dads, students, grandparents, friends, etc. Just fill out the attached form and turn it in before November 30th!

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