Graze in Gratitude

We're launching this Giving Grid fundraising campaign today so that we can all share pics and messages to honor the ones we feel most grateful for this year. All donations will be paid forward to the rescued animals at Graze in Peace and will go directly towards much-needed food, meds, bedding, shelter & care.

Please give what you can and help more farm animals by sharing our Grid with your friends!

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  • $305Raised
  • $2,500Goal

Who are YOU Most Grateful for this year?

Campaign Details

This past year, we doubled the number of rescued farm animals we took in at Graze in Peace. At the same time we lost some of our most cherished friends, including several elderly sheep from our original rescue of 2005; Cooper-Copper, our oldest hen; and Homer, our beloved turkey.

This Giving Tuesday, we invite you to join us in honoring all those we hold and have held in our hearts by making a personalized gift in their name. Your generous gift will go directly towards providing our rescued animals with healthy food, clean housing, necessary medical care, and skilled dedicated caretakers.

The animals at Graze rely 100% on donations from friends like you. Please give generously and share our Graze in Gratitude fundraiser with your friends.

Every little bit helps more farm animals get a second chance at a life filled with love, companionship, health, joy and peace.

Won't you please help us help more farm animals in need? Thank you! ❤️

About the organization

Graze in Peace is a 20-acre farm animal sanctuary where farm animals such as pigs, chickens, turkeys, goats, sheep and llamas are given a second chance at life in a safe, loving and peaceful environment. We provide lifelong homes to all animals we take in and through our therapeutic care farm and humane education activities, we offer a place of hope, learning and healing for children and other vulnerable people in our local community.

Graze in Peace Farm Animal Rescue
591 Pinkham Brook Rd
Durham, ME 04222

EIN: 35-2593613



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