Helping Endangered Species, One Painting at a Time
Wolf Conservation Center supporter Bria Neff was selected one of South Dakota’s top two youth volunteers of 2018!
The conservation-minded kiddo of Faces Of The Endangered was honored in the nation’s capital last week for her outstanding volunteer service during the 23rd annual presentation of The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.
The dedicated fifth-grader has raised more than $13,000 and worldwide awareness to help save endangered species by selling and displaying her paintings of over 200 vulnerable animals and landscapes.
Over the past three years, Neff has spent more than 500 hours painting, researching, educating and raising awareness of endangered animals.
Her efforts have benefited numerous animal conservation organizations, including the WCC!
Bria, thank you for opening minds, touching our hearts, and exemplifying the amazing potential of your generation to make this world a better place!
Bria will join Paul Nicklen and Cristina Mittermeier, world-renowned environmental photographers, and co-founders of Sea Legacy, at a WILD reception to benefit the Wolf Conservation Center on May 21st in NYC! We hope you can join us too!