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Ways to Donate
Eden’s Way Farm Sanctuary is 100% donation run and relies on people’s generosity and kindness. Every donation, no how matter how big or small, makes a huge difference for the residents.
We appreciate your Support
Eden’s Farm Sanctuary is 100% funded by donations and its daily operations and expansion relies on the generosity of supporters like you.
Donations made to Eden’s Way Farm Sanctuary helps the animals to receive the best possible care to thrive, heal and flourish. Donations also allow us to help rescue more animals in need.
Every dollar donated goes towards their food, bedding, shelter, veterinary care, other health needs, and enrichment.
Thank-You for Your Generosity.
Ways to Donate
Donations can be made by Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org
Donate by e-transfer to email@example.com
Donations can be made by cheque. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive our mailing address.
Other Ways to Donate
We are also in need of the following specific items, some are quite expensive but essential (tractor, horse trailer, pick-up), others are for building a sanctuary evacuation kit (also essential in light of the increased wildfires in the recent years), some are for the general operations of the farm sanctuary, as well as items that will help the sanctuary expand. If you are interested in purchasing and donating any of these items, please see the list of suggested vendors that we use and email us at email@example.com for more information or if you have any questions.
- Used Tractor with Front-Load Bucket for daily operations of the farm (cleaning/compacting manure from paddocks and moving hay, a tractor would also let us purchase round bales, which are more economical than small square bales)
- 2 Used 2-Horse Trailers (for our evacuation kit and for taking the animals to the vet clinic when needed)
- 1 Used Pick-up (as a secondary vehicle for transporting animals, supplies, and pulling one of the horse trailers as part of our evacuation kit)
- Cattle Squeeze Chute (essential for safe immobilization of the cows for veterinary care)
- Wood Supplies and Roofing to finish the Hay Barn
- Temporary 16 Foot Light and Medium Duty Panels (10-12 panels, for our evacuation kit and to and have extra portable paddocks especially for quarantining newly rescued animals or sick/injured residents who need to be temporarily isolated)
- Portable Temporary Shelter Logic (2-3 shelters, 12x12for our evacuation kit and to and have extra portable paddocks especially for quarantining newly rescued animals or sick/injured residents who need to be temporarily isolated)
- Portable Temporary Chicken Coop/Small Animal Kennel (2 kennels, 12x12for our evacuation kit and to and have extra portable paddocks especially for quarantining newly rescued animals or sick/injured residents who need to be temporarily isolated)
- Small Animal Carriers (for our evacuation kit and for transporting birds and rabbits)
- Treated Posts and Rails for fencing additional areas on our property to create more paddocks and grazing areas
- 4-feet Steel Gates to replace 2 old wood ones
- Construction material and supplies (plywood, boards, and aluminum roofing) for 2 New Shelters to rescue/house pigs and additional sheep.
- Construction material and supplies to build a Goat Jungle Gym (2 large tractor tires, wood to build a bridge)
- Construction material and supplies to build a enclosed Outdoor/Indoor Chicken coop
- Cow Scratching Post
- Small Animal Exercise Pens (4 feet high, for our evacuation kit and having extra areas for quarantining new rescued rabbits or sick/injured rabbits who need to be temporarily isolated)
- Rabbit Litter – pine pellets (horse stall or wood stove)
- Bedding (bagged compacted pine shavings) for the goat house and chicken coop
- Adult Rabbit Pellets (alfalfa free) – Oxbow brand is preferred
- 2 Wheel Barrows
- Extra Water and Feed Tubs (for our evacuation kit and for replacing broken ones)
- Water Tote (300 gallon, for our evacuation kit and also for putting water on our upper property grazing area)
- Extra Water Heaters for the large animals’ water tanks
- Extra Hay Nets (for our evacuation kit and replacing old/worn ones)
- And we are always in need of Hay (Grass Mix) and Straw for bedding!!!
It takes a lot of supplies to keep the sanctuary running smoothly. From animal feed to farm and veterinary supplies. We have a long list of needs including items such as:
- First Aid
- Exercise pends and carriers
- Salt and mineral supplements
- Rabbit pellets and treats
- Hardware and tools
If you would like to help by donating an item from this list, please see our Amazon Wish List here.
Donations by Gift Cards
We are always happy to receive gift cards as an alternative way to donate. We have listed below some of the retailers we utilize for supplies.
Donations can also be made towards our veterinary accounts with the wonderful vet clinics we use below:
- Oriole Road Animal Hospital
- Kamloops Large Animal Clinic
- Canadian Poultry Consultatants
Sponsor a Resident
One of the ways you can directly help care for a resident is to become a monthly sponsor. From $5 to $50 a month, you can partially or fully sponsor one of the residents. Being a sponsor also helps gives us the re-assurance of regular funds coming in to help pay for the resident’s food, bedding, shelter, veterinary care, other health needs, and enrichment.
Eden’s Way Farm Sanctuary
Located approximately 30 minutes east of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada