Becoming a Sponsor

Thank you for considering to be a sponsor!

Without sponsors we would not be able to help so many!!!

There are 2 ways to become a sponsor!
 

1. You can be a monthly sponsor to help us run our Farm. This includes electric, insurance and other monthly bills, upkeep of the farm, manure removal, medical needs, products- supplements, enlightenment toys, and double ended clips. So much is needed every month to keep the animals healthy and safe! 
 

2. You can choose a specific animal to sponsor and receive access to information and pictures of that specific animal. Your donation will pay for their hay, grain, shavings, vet bills, vaccinations and treats/veggies. Kendra will be creating a FB page specifically for sponsors. You can sponsor for as much as you like or for as little as $1.

Sponsoring an Animal

Fostering allows us to save more but Sponsors are needed!

Fostering an animal involves taking responsibility for their food, board and caring for their needs. This can get timely and costly. To make it easier, Sponsors are needed and they will sponsor an animal by paying a monthly fee. Then the Foster knows they have what is needed. 

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Our Story

The reason that we have created a foster program is because there just isn't enough room on this little farm here to save as many as we are capable of saving now that you have all joined us and are helping. Therefore our intention is to save more animals and place them into foster care. I have a number of people who have offered to foster, many who have adopted our Donkeys already. So this would allow us to save more and have them go into foster care until we can place them. The Jenny and babies will come here and others will got to The Forever Farm and to other fosters when needed. This is so awesome. Sponsors help us on our journey and the animals below are those currently in need. 

Sponsor the Latest Rescues

NOTE: These rescues below will be sponsored for as long as they need it. When they get adopted out, the sponsorship transfers to support any new rescues that come in and need our help. This excludes our residents - William, Ben and Sophia. They will be sponsored indefinitely.

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IMMEDIATE HELP NEEDED!

This is an older picture of this boy. He was adopted by someone in Maine last June who wanted to return him. I have offered for him to come here to keep him under our wings. He is about 9 months old and needs us. I will have to have the vet do the tests and get the paperwork for him and then pay to get him here. Please click below if you would like to help him on his journey to heal and find his forever home. This was an unexpected surprise.  

 

The Girls

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There are three Jennies that had been exposed to a Jack and we wanted to see if they were pregnant. We paid to have the vet check and their tests came back negative. One is friendly the other two are sweet, they want to trust but still are afraid. They come to you but shy away if you move. The older lady is a pocket donkey. It is a lot to take three on at once for us right now so we have decided to find the other two a permanent home and take the older girl who wanted to be in my pocket here. I have a number of options for them and do not want to move them around if I do not have to. They can stay where they are until we figure it all out. This older Jenny will be with the babies from Texas and will most likely be their protector.  She seems like an older Jenny that has had a few babies. We will make sure they are all OK.

The Orphan and his Friend

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The larger baby was an orphan but he was with a jenny that let him be with her. The brown baby was with his mom. They separated them and it really did not matter to the brown baby and the orphan is very happy to have a friendlier friend now. They will be with us for 3 or 4 months and will be needing a sponsor. It takes a village, so even $5 a month will help us care for them. 

 Our Residents

By choosing to sponsor our residents you are helping us to pay our monthly bills for feed, their Farrier work, any veterinarian work they need, their toys, their supplements, the shavings and the upkeep for their area. They all do their part here teaching people why we should save them.

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Meet William and Ben, our teachers, AKA the Bad Boys who tag team my volunteers. William and Ben were born here and they have learned through the years how to support other Donkeys. You can go back on our Facebook page and you can watch them teach the new jacks that come here how to be kind. They teach them boundaries and they also teach us to pay attention because they're both really bad boys and love to tag team the volunteers. Especially the new ones! Their gift is priceless to us because when the animals come in and they have fear in their eyes and they look into their eyes they see peace and happiness and joy and they watch them play. William and Ben teach the ones that come here how to be Donkeys. They are also very aware when you need a hug and will sit there and hug you for as long as you need. Their antics have made us smile and their love has opened our hearts. If you'd like to sponsor these boys monthly or just for one month, click below. Their sponsorship money will go to keeping our place perfect and escape proof. Their sponsors pay for grain and shavings, vet bills, and the Farrier - they are usually trimmed every six weeks. They do go through a lot of toys that we replace, because they love to play.

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Meet Sophia. Sophia came to us because she got too big for the trailer she lived in. She is a big girl and very spoiled. She allows the kids to see what a real pig looks like and how clean she is. Her sponsors pay for her food, farrier, toys, treats and to keep her area comfortable for her.

 You can sponsor an animal for any amount for a one time donation or a monthly donation Just click the button near the animal with it's name.