farm sanctuary

The Farm Sanctuary is an organization that's very close to my heart. They rescue and rehabilitate animals that have endured terrible abuse and mistreatment, and they give them love, often for the first time in their lives.

Right now they are trying to build a new hospital for small animals. They need to raise $190,000 by September 30th in order to start construction.

This is an important time to support this wonderful organization. Not only because they are working on such a vital project, but because any donation you make before October will be matched! So not only will your money go to supporting animals in need, but it will be worth double. If that doesn't sound like a good deal, I don't know what does.

I hope you will support Farm Sanctuary. I am personally grateful for any contribution you can make.

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Fran
377 days ago

I saw your story about the children in Texas. I am an RN, Minister, Medical QiGong Master/Reiki Master. I would like to offer help in their treatment plan. I can teach the caregivers how use these techniques after I'm gone. All I ask is two weeks provisions and transportation out of Baltimore Maryland.

Fran Starr Schultz RN,BS,Integrative Medicine, Reiki Master
(443) 416-2585

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Josiah Harvath
414 days ago

I think it would be fantastic to see an episode of the Ellen show that raised the awareness of Farm Sanctuary and raised funds for their cause.

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Wild Things Sanctuary
479 days ago

Go Farm Sanctuary! Everyone, please support animal organizations in your area. Many of us think of domestic animal shelters only, but organizations like Farm Sanctuary and wildlife centers also need your help! Happy Holidays one and all, furry & feathered!

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Brian Albrecht
509 days ago

Hi ellen ,
I am 18 years old and live in Reynoldsburg Ohio. I am a hugmungous fan and I had a question for the last year and a half I have been making an app for diabetics and I want to move forward. I didn't now any other way to get ahold of you guys other than this. My mom was diagnosed with type 2 about 18 months ago, and we found that she was having difficulties with things. So I started designing this app for iPhones. I talked to the American diabetes association and the central Ohio diabetes association and I am still to get it working. The reason I am emailing you is because I need help. To make the app I either have to have a company make it or make it my self. I started making it my self and it didn't work. So I am not asking for a donation but if you would like to that would be great, I was wondering if you could help me by getting the word out to help me or give me a idea of how too. If you want me to explain more just email me (brunner11@me.com) or message me on my Facebook (brian albrecht) or twitter (@brunner11). Or even by phone (614-266-7846). Thank you so much and your show is amazing.
thank you,
brian albrecht

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Corral Of Comfort Horse Rescue Inc
530 days ago

Us gals here at the Corral know how hard it is to have a goal, We are unable to give you funds but will be more then happy to help hands on. Entrainment
Firm In gives out grants threw there grant program, you have time to apply ask for Bobby, Call and I'll give you the information and help in any way we can. We we moved from a 20 acre place to 3 acres in Palmdale and it's not the same as Chatsworth that's for sure! But were willing to lend a hand!
Their is strength in numbers ''Deed's Not Words''
Sandra www.corralofcomfort.org

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