get involved

Greener Pastures Farm Sanctuary is a registered 501(c)3 non profit organization that offers several opportunities to get involved in our mission. All purchases and donations are tax deductible.

Situated on a seventeen acre farm, Greener Pastures Farm Sanctuary offers plenty of space for our rescues to rehab.

 

With space comes time and money as we work diligently to maintain a safe and healthy environment for our animals.

 

Supporting a Pasture Project is an important aspect of our operations. Projects are always happening around the farm and below is a current list to consider sponsoring:

 

Fencing: 

Our move to the farm proved a need for fencing specifically a dog run and enclosing a pasture for Bo and Rocky. Cost: $1200

Hay:

Monthly, our rescues go through over $250 worth of hay. Listed below is a breakdown of amount and cost. 

6 - Coastal Hay Bales $50

5 - Timothy Hay Bales $200

 

 

Sanctuary Sponsors are vital to the existence of our organization. Become a sponsor and provide things like:

 

Clean Bedding 

 

Monthly Medications

 

Horse Feed

Dog Food

 

Antibiotics

Chicken Feed

and much more

Whether a one time purchase or monthly gift, all donations are tax deductible. Shop our Amazon Wishlist or set up a Paypal monthly donation to help.

 


 

Our mission is to rescue, foster, and find forever homes for unwanted farm animals. 

 

We take heart in protecting abused and neglected animals but that also takes money.

We've partnered with Three Oaks Equine Clinic who provides on location veterinarian services. Covering vet cost is the perfect opportunity to partner with the farm.

Give a one time or monthly amount and specify "vet bills" in the notes and we will send you special updates about the health of our newest rescues.

MAYA

Maya came to Greener Pastures Farm Sanctuary as a senior horse facing euthanasia due to age and inability to work.

 

With an abscessed hoof and Cushings disease, Maya's monthly maintenance cost are approximately $250. Click Donate below to support Maya's rehab.