Your contributions mean a lot to our animals. No matter how big or small, every dollar contributes to giving our animals the life they deserve.Donate Now
SASHA Farm was founded by Dorothy Davies and Monte Jackson in the late 1980s. Their quaint family farm quickly turned into a sanctuary and they became vegan once they experienced such deep connections with their animals. In 2001, SASHA Farm Animal Sanctuary officially became a nonprofit. From there, Monte, Dorothy, staff, and volunteers created the oldest and largest farmed animal sanctuary in the Midwest.
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Your donations help us provide medical care, shelter, food, and love to around 200 rescued animals.
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Community is important to our operation. We embrace every encounter with supporters during our events, tours, and interactions on social media.
Every donation goes directly towards caring for our animal residents. Whether it is for our annual Hay Drive, purchasing new equipment, or funds for emergency rescues, your contributions support our goal of providing quality, lifetime care for our rescues.
Did you know that hay is our biggest expense? We spend around $50,000 annually on hay. Every donation helps us feed our animal residents, keeping them happy and healthy!Donate Now
Along with feed, medical care is another massive yearly expense. SASHA has a large group of geriatric animals with a number of diverse ailments. We are in need of various supplies and medications on a daily basis.Donate Now
Though we can’t rescue every animal in need of sanctuary, we take in and care for as many as we can adequately manage. Oftentimes, this comes with a cost, as animals are abused, neglected, or abandoned. Your donation efforts help in preparing for the next animal to call SASHA Farm home!Donate Now