SPRING SOCIAL OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY MAY 12

SASHA Farm Animal Sanctuary to Hold Fundraiser and Spring Social Open House on May 12, 2019 (Mother’s Day)

What: SASHA Farm Animal Sanctuary will host its annual, family-friendly Fundraiser & Spring Social Open House on Sunday, May 12. Visitors will be able to meet and interact with over 300 animals who live at the sanctuary, including cows, pigs, chickens, goats, sheep, horses and other animals, Hear their unique stories and learn about their likes, dislikes and personalities. Tours will be available throughout the day, and 2 food trucks (Shimmy Shack and Nosh Pit) will be selling tasty vegan food, along with a vegan bake sale where all your favorite sweets will be for sale. SASHA Farm T-shirts and other merchandise for sale throughout the day.

Please join us for a great day, and help the animal residents at SASHA Farm! A great way to celebrate all mothers everywhere!

TICKETS: Available HERE, or at the door: $15 for ages 11 to Adult, $5 for children under 11, Children 5 and under free. This is a rain or shine event.

When: Sunday, May 12 between 12pm- 4pm.

Where: SASHA Farm Animal Sanctuary, 17901 Mahrle Rd., Manchester, MI 48158

Contact: Bob Harvie, Board President, 248-842-5547; bob@sashafarm.org

                Onsite and remote interview and photo/video opportunities available.

And, if you love to bake and would like to donate your yummy vegan treats to the Spring Social Bake Sale, please contact Bob at bob@sashafarm.org.

About SASHA Farm Animal Sanctuary: SASHA Farm, located in Manchester, Michigan, is the Midwest’s largest farmed animal sanctuary with over 300 animal residents, including cows, pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, turkeys, equines, and other animals. Founded by Manchester residents Dorothy Davies and Monte Jackson, SASHA Farm started rescuing animals in the 80’s, and became a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit in 2001. SASHA provides lifetime care to farmed animals formerly destined for slaughter or who were abused, neglected, abandoned, or no longer able to be cared for.