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  New Rescued Animals

Thanks to the kindness of our caring supporters, Leilani Farm Sanctuary continues to help animals in need. Have you thought about sponsoring a rescued animal?  Sponsors receive adoption certificates with pictures of their animals and hand-written cards telling their stories. Your donations help us provide food, bedding, shelter, and veterinary care for them. 

Please visit our  Sponsorship Page to learn how these new animals came to the Sanctuary.



Sanctuary Receives Media Attention

National Award and $10,000 Grant for Leilani Farm Sanctuary
Meet Laurelee Blanchard, 2015 Lady GODIVA Program Honoree
Watch the video 
Leilani Farm Sanctuary's founder and president, Laurelee Blanchard, was awarded the Lady Godiva Award for dedicating her life to others in need, and embodying the attributes of Lady Godiva through selflessness, generosity, leadership and the spirit of giving back to the community. With the award came a $10,000 grant, which will be utilized to improve the Sanctuary for the rescued animals.

 
Nat Geo 
WILD's  "Aloha Vet" Reality Show Series

Leilani Farm Sanctuary recently appeared in episodes 1 and 2, and will soon appear in the upcoming 6th episode on Saturday, April 25th.

 (6 p.m HT, 7 p.m PT, 8 p.m CT, 8 p.m. MT, 8 p.m. AT, 9 p.m. ET)

Cameras roll in the pasture
"Aloha Vet" is a takeoff on the British series All Creatures Great and Small, which dramatized life at a country veterinary clinic in 1949. It follows veterinarian Dr. Scott Sims, who flies around the Hawaiian islands to take care of animals.

Tune in to watch blepharoplastic surgery on George, the blind pig; spay surgery on Veronica the deer; mastitis treatment on Jackie the goat; and treatment of any eye injury on a rooster.

Cable subscribers can watch entire episodes on the Nat Geo website after the broadcasts air.   http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/wild/aloha-vet/


Watch a televised clip of George


Dedicate a Rainbow Shower Tree to the Memory of a Loved One



Memorial trees have been planted at the Sanctuary in honor of those who have passed. To name a tree in memory of a loved one, donate $100 (tax-deductible) toward the cost of a 14' tree. Rainbow shower trees produce colorful blossoms and provide shade for the animals.


 

About the Sanctuary

 

Home to goats, rabbits, geese, donkeys, cats, pigs, ducks, deer, tortoises and chickens, Leilani Farm Sanctuary is located on an 8-acre farm in Haiku, Maui. It is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization created to provide shelter and care for rescued animals, humane education to the community, and model of compassionate living.

 

Leilani Farm Sanctuary | | info@leilanifarmsanctuary.org |
260 E. Kuiaha Road
Haiku, HI 96708