SASHA Farm Benefit Cruise: Saturday, September 15

This benefit cruise may very well be the highlight of your fall season!  This unique and unforgettable experience on the Diamond Belle River Boat will take us for a leisurely cruise down the Detroit River. We’ll enjoy dynamic views of the Detroit and Windsor skylines,  watching the sun slowly set over the water, all to the sounds of Sean Blackman’s music. Also included in your ticket price are scrumptious vegan hors d’oeuvres and desserts courtesy of The Moveable Feast. A cash bar will also be available.

This 3 hour cruise begins at 6pm and ends at 9pm.  Please note that boarding starts at 5:45 and the boat departs promptly at 6pm!  The dock is located at 201 Joseph Campau Avenue, Detroit, MI. 48207.

What better way to spend a Saturday night?   And best of all, you’ll be helping the SASHA animal residents like our most recent arrival, “Little Lamb”,  whose story is below.

Tickets are $100 per person and can be purchased HERE.  Sponsorships for this event are available and can be purchased HERE.

Questions? Contact Bob Harvie at bob@sashafarm.org

We are looking forward to spending a very special evening with you on September 15. Please BUY  YOUR TICKETS HERE!

Remember, that every ticket purchased will help “Little Lamb” and all the other animal residents who call SASHA Farm their home. Read “Little Lamb’s” story below:

The Story of “Little Lamb”:  A very tiny lamb was born in May of 2018 on a very large sheep farm. She was rejected by her mother, most likely because of her size, and left to die.  A young girl named Bri heard of her plight, and rescued her while she was only a few days old. Bri bottle fed her new little friend, while also playing with her and comforting her. Bri’s nurturing worked, and the little lamb grew, soon becoming too big to live inside. Having visited SASHA Farm, Bri knew exactly where she wanted the lamb to spend the rest of her days. While it was a tearful goodbye, SASHA welcomed the lamb with open arms. Bri returned home, certain in the knowledge that her friend had found a safe and loving forever home and knowing she could visit the lamb often.

We are very grateful for all that Bri has done. With over 2 million sheep slaughtered in the US yearly (the majority of them being lambs) her quick and compassionate actions saved this baby from an unthinkable future.  Because of the actions of one young girl, Little Lamb is forever safe.

Please join us on this cruise and you will be helping “Little Lamb” as well as all of  the SASHA Farm animal residents. Thank you for helping us save so many lives!!