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Serenity Lane Animal Sanctuary

Serenity Lane Animal Sanctuary is a farm animal sanctuary located near Norwood, Ontario.

We provide a safe forever home for farm animals in need.


Monthly Sponsorships

Consider becoming a monthly sponsor for your favourite animal at Serenity Lane. No amount is too small because every sponsorship moves us closer to becoming sustainable and then able to take in more animals in need of a home.

Other Ways to Help


Book a Tour

Come and visit us!

Tours are about 2 hours. Time well spent outdoors with some animal therapy while also hearing stories and learning more about the different animals who live here.


Stay with Us

Are you looking for a peaceful getaway in the woods, a private place to camp, or do you want to stay in the animal enclosure and help out with feeding and animal wrangling?



Explore the different ways you can help us to ensure our animals are living their best lives.

Virtual or in person.

(They don't all involve a pitchfork!!) 

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Come and meet our animals. Spend time with them, get to know them, and hear their stories.  

Learn about our animals, what we do to take care of them and allow them to live their best lives, and what you can do to help our animals and farm animals everywhere.

Donate your time, money, or items to help us help our animals live their best lives.


Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that we are living on aboriginal land that has been inhabited by Indigenous peoples from the beginning. 

As settlers, we're grateful for the opportunity to live here and we thank all the generations of people who have taken care of this land - for thousands of years. 

Long before today, as we gather here, there have been aboriginal peoples who have been the stewards of this place. In particular, we acknowledge the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe Mississauga adjacent to the Haudenosaunee Territory and in the territory covered by the Williams Treaty.

We recognize and deeply appreciate their historic connection to this place. We also recognize the contributions of Métis, Inuit, and other Indigenous peoples have made, both in shaping and strengthening this community in particular, and our province and country as a whole. 

As settlers, this recognition of the contributions and historic importance of Indigenous peoples must also be clearly and overtly connected to our collective commitment to make the promise and the challenge of Truth and Reconciliation real in our communities, and in particular to bring justice for murdered and missing indigenous women and girls across our country.

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