Farmaste Sponsorship Program
Sponsor one of our animals! Our sponsorship program is essential to Farmaste’s success. As a sponsor, your recurring monthly donation will go directly to the care of the animal you sponsor. We have three different sponsorship levels from which you can chose. In addition to knowing that you are helping your resident, you will receive the following perks associated with your sponsorship level.
$20 per month: A picture of the animal you sponsor, a letter sharing their story, a free scheduled private visit (for you and your immediate family or a friend) with your resident, and a Farmaste t-shirt!
$35 per month: A picture of the animal you sponsor, a letter sharing their story, five free scheduled private visits (for you and your immediate family or a friend) with your resident, one free Farm Visit, a Farmaste t-shirt, and a Farmaste mug with your residents’ photo!
$50 per month: A picture of the animal you sponsor, a letter sharing their story, unlimited free scheduled private visits (for you and your immediate family or a friend) with your resident, one free Farm Visit for you and one other, a Farmaste t-shirt, a Farmaste mug, a 12×12 inch canvas print with your residents’ photo, and two free tickets to one Farmaste event!
If you are a Founding Sponsor (e.g., renewing a 2017 or 2018 sponsorship) you will continue to have unlimited resident visits no matter your renewal level. Please reach out with any questions!
Private visits will be available Saturdays and Sundays during our tour season. We will do our best to accommodate visits at other times (including winter months), but availability will be dependent on volunteer schedules. Instructions for scheduling your visit will be included in your sponsor packet.
Sponsorship requires a minimum of one-year of recurring donations. Your sponsorship will automatically renew after one year; you can modify your recurring donation at any time directly through PayPal or DonorBox.
Your donation will go towards the care of the resident you sponsor, and potentially towards the care of other residents of the same species as needed or practicable (e.g., shared costs such as bedding and feed).