International Women’s Day – The Woman Who Rescues Stray Dogs 

This International Women’s Day, we want to celebrate our wonderful female founder and her unstoppable determination to make the world a better place for dogs everywhere. 

Nikki Tibbles, the driving force behind Wild at Heart Foundation with a mission to give the world’s stray dog population a better life! Her creativity and determination have not only helped Wild at Heart become a world-renowned florist, it’s also the reason Wild at Heart Foundation is the thriving, meaningful and committed charity we are today.  

Our Female Founder

As a lifelong lover of dogs, growing up with dogs, and now being surrounded by the 4 four-legged loves of her life Nikki has made Wild at Heart Foundation her passion project and raison d’etre. In just a few short years, this incredible woman has transformed her personal passion project into a meaningful and truly life-changing venture. Since our inception in 2015, our work now extends across all corners of the globe, read more about our global project partners here. 2,026 dogs have found their forever homes, and 30,417 dogs have been sterilised, thus preventing the unwanted birth of millions of stray puppies. We have also been able to provide educational and financial support to many local communities and projects around the world to help them tackle the growing number of stray dogs in their areas. 

There are not many who could face the hardships of global dog rescue, alongside running a 5-star, award-winning business. But for those who have met Nikki and have seen, first-hand, her passion, drive and commitment to making a difference in the lives of stray dogs worldwide. It will come as no surprise to learn just how much of her heart, soul, time, energy and money she has poured into making Wild at Heart Foundation the charity it is today. 

The Women Behind Wild at Heart

Across Wild at Heart and the Foundation, you will find a predominantly female workforce, with women making up leadership positions, creative masterminds and dedicated dog lovers. Women play an integral role in driving both the company’s successes.

Wild at Heart Foundation, is driven by a small but mighty team of dog-loving women. Founded on the belief that every dog deserves love and compassion, this dedicated group works tirelessly to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable animals. It’s noteworthy that the dog rescue industry is predominantly women-led, reflecting the empathy, nurturing spirit, and dedication that women bring to this vital cause.

Let’s celebrate the women who rescue dogs this International Women’s Day!

Our Incredible Female Project Partners

We proudly support a diverse network of project partners, many of whom are remarkable women leading the charge in saving stray dogs around the world. These female project partners are on the front lines, braving challenges and working tirelessly to provide shelter, medical care, and love to dogs in need.

Their passion and resilience are inspiring, and we are honoured to collaborate with them in our shared mission to make the world a better place for animals. Together, we are making a tangible difference in the lives of countless dogs, thanks to the dedication and compassion of these remarkable women.

Read our blog ‘Women Who Save Stray Dogs‘ to read more about the incredible women that we work with.

Join us in celebrating International Women’s Day and honouring the women who inspire us every day. Together, we can #InspireInclusion and create a more gender-balanced world.

Happy International Women’s Day from all of us at Wild at Heart Foundation!

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