Healing Against all Odds ~ Short Film, Presentation, Q and A

Healing Against all Odds

A presentation at Smith College in Northhampton, Massachusetts on Saturday November 15, 2014 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm

An evening with world renowned Founder and Executive Director of Jungle Friends Kari Bagnall. The evening will include a short film and slide show presentation featuring stories of individual primates and their healing journeys as well as a Q&A after the talk. Vegan refreshments will be served.

Although this is a free event it is also a fundraiser for the 9 primates awaiting retirement from lab testing. If you would like to make a donation to our event-specific Jungle Friends fundraiser donate here! Don't' be shy, every bit counts.

Tune into 93.9 River WRSI Wednesday 11/12 in between 6:00-6:30am and 8:00-8:30am to hear more about this inspiring event and the inspiring work of Jungle Friends! Or listen to the podcast.

Organized by Lynne Smith of Harmony Healing Arts, Ana Wolf of Western Massachusetts Animal Rights Advocates, and Animal Advocates of Smith College. Here is their press release.

And here is the handout brochure for this event.

Please let us know if you have any questions and RSVP if you are going to attend.

Below is a photo of Don Knotts. He was used in iron toxicity studies for nearly twenty years. He was released to Jungle Friends in 2005, along with 8 other capuchin monkeys. Please help us get the last 9 monkeys in the study released to Jungle Friends. If we build it, they will come!

Don Knotts