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Donate

Donations are always gratefully accepted. As a nonprofit sanctuary, we rely on donations, sponsorships, and tours to keep our sanctuary going. It takes a lot to run a sanctuary!

All of the money we receive goes directly toward the care of our residents. Feed, bedding, vet bills, farrier bills, and repairs are our biggest regular expenses. Your generous donations allow us to continue doing what we are doing and to rescue more animals.

3 Ways to Help:

  • Become a monthly sponsor

  • Give a one time donation

  • Donate new or used items from our wish list

Sponsor a Friend

Consider a monthly donation for the sanctuary or for your favourite animal. Having money we can depend on each month really helps us to provide the best care possible!

How to sponsor

Fill out the form: choose an amount to donate each month and provide your contact information. If you are sponsoring a specific animal or in on honour of or on behalf of someone, don't forget to include that information as well!

What happens when you sponsor for a year?

By sponsoring one of our animals, you provide funds towards that animal's food, bedding, and medical care.

What's in it for me?

With your sponsorship, you get a free visit to the sanctuary to meet your sponsored resident, an information package about the animal you chose as well as their species. You will also receive monthly updates about your sponsee with photos!

Give a one time donation

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By Phone

905-442-4632

Online

Our Wishlist...

Basic Operating Supplies:

  • Buckets

  • Wheelbarrow

  • Rubber feeding dishes

For the Animals:

  • Wood shavings

  • Hay

  • Clean straw (bedding)

  • Cloth towels (all sizes)

  • Blankets (all sizes)

  • Hay manger

  • Brushes

Enrichment:

  • Yoga balls

  • Jolly balls

  • Hay nets

  • Salt, mineral, molasses licks

Large Items (new or used):

  • Wire fencing

  • Boards, planks, etc. (to build ramps and platforms for the goats and repair stalls)

  • Large tubes (big enough for goats to walk through)

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