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HAPPY BIRTHDAY  FUNDRAISER

Jennifer D'Angelo's 2023 Post-birthday, Happy to be

Recovering from Surgery and COVID Fundraiser

Goal $500  1/14-1/27/23  Total Raised to Date: $704.83

Birthday Donors:

Rachel Roderick

Mark McCann

Kathy Halamka

Brian D'Angelo

Robert and Linda D'Angelo

Joann Sullivan

Dyan Albano

Linda Masse

Sue, Tim, Will and Nick

Lori Quigley

Carol Brown

Susan Fleck

Donna Hoyle

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Hello Everyone! 

I would be most grateful for donations to my 2023 fundraiser for Unity Farm Sanctuary.  The sanctuary is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to the lifetime care of a limited population of ill, disabled, senior, orphaned or otherwise surrendered farm animals.  Our mission is to provide happy and enriching lives to these wonderful individuals, while encouraging plant-based living and fostering understanding through humane education as to how kindness and compassion for non-human animals, human beings and the planet are all connected.
 

All donations go directly to the care of the rescues!  Some of those who came to us in 2022 can be seen here:

Pilgrim is a Royal Palm turkey who was found wandering the streets of Plymouth.  She arrived to us the size of a softball and later developed a respiratory infection but with a lot of medical treatment and TLC by our staff, she has completely recovered.  As you can click here to see in the video sent to me by staff member Michelle, Pilgrim has grown quite a bit, knows her name and talks to you!


Clyde, Hotrod and Lovebug are three baby goats who were being used as a petting attraction at a farm stand and were to be “discarded” at the end of the season.  Fortunately, we had space to rescue them and give them a lifelong home!
 

2023 is shaping up to be another big year for the sanctuary.  We rescued Nikki mini pig right at the end of 2022 and just rehomed two farm pigs (Nellie and Dougie) from a sanctuary in VT.  Nikki is settling in beside mini pig George and the other two are getting to know our big pigs Amelia, Danny, Osa and Penny Blossom.
 

We hope to reach many more children and adults alike in 2023 via our Humane Education program with our message of kindness and empathy for all

 

Thank you in advance for your support of our mission and if anyone is interested in coming for a tour to meet our beloved rescues, you know where to find me!
 

With gratitude,


Jenn

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