Q: Where do the animals at Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary come from?
A: FFAS takes in farm animals that have has been removed from a situation of abuse, neglect or abandonment. We also rescue animals from livestock auctions and slaughter houses. In some situations we will take in owner surrenders if the owner is no longer able to give the animal proper care. We have collaborative relationships with other rescue organizations and work with each other. We also will work with authorities to rescue animals that are victims of natural disasters in any area of the United States.
Q: Can we visit Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary?
A: Currently, FFAS is not open to the public. We are planning an expansion of the sanctuary and moving to a new location. Once the move is complete, we will be open during certain days of the week. We will also be holding fundraising events on-site and will also be offering special programs for visitors.
Q: Who pays for the expenses at Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary?
A: FFAS relies solely on the kindness and generosity of private donations from our supporters. Feed costs and veterinary care add up very quickly as well as operational expenses and general maintenance at the farm. We are very thankful to have received donations and in kind gifts from our many supporters that care about the animals and our mission.
If you’d like to help FFAS with their goal of helping abused animals, please click HERE.
Q: Is my donation to Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary deductible?
A: Yes. We are an approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your donation is 100% tax deductible. You will receive a receipt for your donation.
Q: Does Freedom Farm Animal Sanctuary take in cats and dogs?
A: FFAS focuses on rescuing and rehabilitating abused and neglected farmed animals. Those animals include cows, horses, donkeys, sheep, goats, rabbits, chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese. We feel there are a lot more organizations that focus on dogs and cats so we choose to focus on the farmed animals.