The Gabby Wild Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charity based in the United States
with the following mission:
(a) To preserve, protect and conserve domesticated, critically endangered, endangered and threatened species and their natural habitats and ecosystems;
(b) To educate the public regarding the rights, welfare, protection, conservation, benefits and necessity of domesticated, critically endangered, endangered and threatened species and their natural habitats and ecosystems;
(c) To generate widespread publicity of the state, status and plight of domesticated, critically endangered, endangered and threatened species and their natural habitats and ecosystems, which may include widespread awareness campaigns, fundraising campaigns and other related events, through and in all types and forms of media;
(d) To support, cooperate, facilitate, promote and educate the public regarding the purposes, campaigns, activities and efforts of other animal-related not-for-profits, non-governmental organizations and research institutes to the extent such purposes, campaigns, activities and efforts further the above purposes; and
(e) To raise funds in support of the above purposes.
In other words, The Gabby Wild Foundation, Inc. likes to save wildlife, revitalize the planet, and stay Wild!
Gabby Wild is the founder, spokesperson, and president of The Gabby Wild Foundation, Inc.
She received her Bachelor of Science with Distinction in Honor's Research as a double major in Animal Science and Biology at Cornell University and is currently a veterinary student at The College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University.
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