Hay and Feed for the Animals
Help Feed the Animals
At Leilani Farm Sanctuary, we go through staggering amounts of food to keep nearly three hundred animals well-fed and properly nourished.
The donkeys, goats, sheep, and cow need bales of hay on a daily basis; the turkeys, ducks, chickens, and geese consume many bags of high-nutrient pellets and grain; the pigs devour buckets of fresh produce and pig feed; and the rabbits and guinea pigs need fresh greens, hay, and specialized pellets.
With your kindness, compassion, and generosity, the rescued animals at Leilani Farm Sanctuary will always be well-fed, healthy, and happy.
Thank you for caring!
Help the Sanctuary
There are various ways you can help the sanctuary including in-kind donations, monetary contributions and labor assistance. This page will provide information on areas that we could use some help in and will be updated frequently.
Monday and Wednesday Morning Volunteering
Join us on Monday and Wednesday mornings at 9:00 a.m. to help out at the farm. Projects may include cleaning the barn, gardening, carpentry spreading wood chips, animal grooming, handyperson jobs, deck cleaning, tree trimming, manure collection, weed whacking, mulching, window washing, cleaning rabbit pen, grass cutting, chain sawing, chipping, painting, carpentry, concrete work, trail maintenance, invasive plant removal, fence installation/repair, and more. Your help will make a meaningful difference to the animals and visitors at Leilani Farm Sanctuary. To participate, please email your RSVP to email@example.com
Leilani Farm Sanctuary Wish List
We are always in need of supplies to care for the animals and further our educational programs. Below are just some of the things that would help us in our work. If you can provide any of these, please contact us by phone 808-298-8544 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Animal feed – hay, grain, fresh greens, fruit, and veggies for rabbits and other animals
- Animal bedding – straw and wood shavings
- Expansion of habitat – fencing materials and gates for 40 x40 paddock
- Labor – painting, fencing, carpentry, tree trimming
- Gravel for muddy driveway
- Various gardening tools, seedlings/nursery starts
- Nonperishable snacks and beverages for volunteers
- Gift Certificate for Farm Supply Store
- Funding for veterinary treatment barn
- Sponsor a group of special-needs children to receive animal-assisted therapy $400
Your donation to the sanctuary will go a long way towards giving animals a second chance! You can mail a cheque made out to Leilani Farm Sanctuary or pay through the internet. Even small amounts go a long way.
Leilani Farm Sanctuary is a 501(c)3 charitable organization and donations are tax deductible.
To make a donation by mail send cheque or money order to Leilani Farm Sanctuary
c/o Laurelee Blanchard, Director
260 E. Kuiaha Road
Haiku, HI 96708
To donate via Paypal, click on the donate button
Spread the Word
You can help the sanctuary and spread the word at the same time by sporting our bumper sticker available for only $5:
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Animals of Leilani Farm Sanctuary are in need of caring people like you to sponsor their monthly feed, shelter and care costs. Animals at Leilani Farm Sanctuary are available for sponsorship on a monthly or annual basis.
Annual sponsors receive a hand-made gift card and “Certificate of Adoption” with a picture of their adopted animal.
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Your sustaining support helps us provide food, shelter, and veterinary care for rescued animals; and humane education to the community.
Contributions are tax-deductible and go directly toward our life-saving work at Leilani Farm Sanctuary. We are 100% volunteers.
Help us provide care for a rescued animal and receive an “adoption” certificate with a picture of your sponsored animal.
Take a tour in paradise, meet the animals, and learn their stories! Register a spot for a one hour tour on Wednesdays and Saturdays.