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Happy Farm Fundraising Event

  • Spring Place 6 Saint Johns Lane New York, NY, 10013 United States (map)
Some of Happy Farm’s residents

Some of Happy Farm’s residents

Join us for a night supporting Happy Farm!

Founded by Rima Farah in 2017, Happy Farm is an animal sanctuary, where homeless and exploited farm animals find healing and a lifelong retreat.

They welcome visitors, families, children and students, allowing them to connect with the victims of industrial farming thus creating awareness and encouraging compassion. Happy Farm's goal is to allow a special encounter between people and farm animals.

Every week they receive dozens of calls and emails about animals in need and their land could welcome more but they need your help to build new facilities, put up new fences and pay for vet bills...

Join us for an amazing evening supporting Happy Farm, learn more about its work and mission, get to know its amazing residents and meet with its incredibly inspiring team and founder.

Attendees will enjoy great food and drinks and everyone will go home with an amazing goodie bag!


Can not make it on that date ?

You can also support Rima’s work by donating: click here for more info.


About Happy Farm

“Happy Farm is a little piece of heaven located in Dutchess County New York, where homeless and exploited animals enjoy a peaceful, lifelong retreat. 

Rima Fara with her cute rescued chicken

Rima Fara with her cute rescued chicken

They are usually the ones that shelters have a hard time placing because of illness, psychological issues, size, age etc. 

Here, their individual needs are carefully evaluated. We thoroughly study each species and consult with specialists to understand their natural needs, to provide the food, shelter and environment that suites them best.

We cut no corners in giving our residents the best possible life while always being mindful of our planet. We use no chemicals, actively recycling and using all the environmental friendly techniques available.

Our residents are never used for any chores or any form of exploitation. Our only hope is that under our care, we will see them blossom, reconnect with their true nature and only then we might ask them to share with us some of their wisdom.”

www.myhappyfarm.org


All this event’s profits go to Happy Farm.


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