The GREAT CAMPAIGN- SDFAR

$5,034 of $1.5M goal

Raised by 76 people in 34 months


The GREAT CAMPAIGN is raising $1.5 million to quadruple in size and acquire 8.5 acres for farm animal pasture and homes!

When we started SDFAR in February 2016, we started with nothing--just one old horse and our own home. In the first year, we rescued 50 unwanted, neglected, or abused farm animals... but now it's time to expand our capacity so we can rescue even more animals and provide even more interactive experiences for the community, such as girl scouts, elementary, middle, high school, and college students, children with autism, veterans, adults with HIV, vegan and vegetarian groups, future veterinarians, and the public at large... and we provide these experiences for free! 

The GREAT CAMPAIGN needs to raise $1.5 million to buy an additional 8.5 acres and build safe and secure housing and fencing for a huge expansion, which will quadruple the capacity of our rescue operations!  

Thank you so much for your consideration and donation!
John and Courtney Fiske
San Diego Farm Animal Rescue
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We want to thank you for supporting San Diego Farm Animal Rescue last year!! We hope everyone had a great New Year! We wanted to quickly update you all on our accomplishments in 2016. We were able to adopt 20 farm animals last year and rehome two horses and a chicken! We built a new coop and run for our hens, two new pig pens and planted a garden. Last year we hosted interactive tours of the farm almost every Saturday. Many families visited us free of charge thanks to your generous donations! We look forward to continuing to provide educational experiences to families free of charge and to your visit to the farm this year. Visit our website to sign-up for our mailing list and learn about upcoming events in 2017!
SDfarmanimalrescue.org
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$5,034 of $1.5M goal

Raised by 76 people in 34 months
Created February 9, 2016
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LJ
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linda jorge
23 days ago

Eating meat is not only barbaric, but archaic as well. Eating meat is NOT necessary, especially in today world with our current technology. The meat/dairy & consumer clothing industry advocates for the abuse of animals because they are more concerned about making money, than how other creatures on earth are treated. People need to wake up and genuinely understand how the farming industry hurts not only our environment but the future of humanity. If I lived closer I would volunteer because how we treat other creatures on Earth is so important. The violence committed against animals is atrocious, and we as humans do not have the right to do these things. I am truly ashamed to be part of humanity. I have been vegetarian for 15 years now, support local shelters and try to put my money where my mouth is so to speak and in that way I hope to do some good. However, I know it is not enough. Thank you for what you do. Linda

WB
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Wendy Burk
1 month ago

Employee charity of choice.

DP
$200
Deborah Pate
1 month ago

We need to stop eating animals. It is not sustainable

$50
Anonymous
4 months ago
EB
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Eden Marie Biele
6 months ago

Donated in honor of Ms. Jellybean Purple's birthday! Happy happy bday Melanie and thank you SD Farm Rescue for the incredible work you are doing! ♥

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9 months ago
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