2019 Disaster Relief Fund for Animal Rescues

Flat Broke Farm Animal Rescue Inc. rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes unwanted, abandoned, abused, neglected or displaced farm animals in Marin, Sonoma and Napa counties. They provide a healthy, secure and caring living environment, while providing first-class medical care and community training. They also offer emergency evacuation services, veterinary care support, short and long term boarding during and after natural disasters.

What is Flat Broke Farm doing to help animals in the Kincade fire?  Erica Rushing, founder of the farm reports in this News Article  on ABC7:

“…Doing welfare checks on the animals forced to be left behind making sure they have food and water and aren’t suffering from any respiratory concerns,” Erica Rushing, Flat Broke Farm’s founder explained the group’s mission. “Evacuating animals under emergency circumstances in the wee hours of the night. To maintaining the ones, we have already taken in to make sure they are happy and healthy where they are located,” Rushing continued. Flat Broke Farms will take in any animal that needs help. “

We are asking the community for greatly needed funds to support Flat Broke Farm Animal Rescue so that we may continue to be vigilant in helping animals and their families, as we have done for 15 years!

Any donation will help this incredible organization continue our life saving efforts during disasters.

Learn more at: https://www.flatbrokefarm.org/about-us


Flat Broke Farm Animal Rescue Inc.
Registered nonprofit
Donations are 100% tax deductible.

Thanks in advance for your contribution!

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