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Introducing Our New Board Member

David Raatz


We are thrilled to have David Raatz join the Board of Directors of Leilani Farm Sanctuary!


A lawyer and former sports journalist, David has lived in Hawaii since 1993 after growing up and going to school in California. He's served a variety of roles with various nonprofit organizations on Maui, including as program director with Maui Economic Development Board, grant writer with Friends of the Maui Drug Court, community organizer with MoveOn, and volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters and Hawaiian Islands Land Trust. A committed animal advocate, and vegan since 2004, David volunteers at SPCA Maui spay-neuter clinics, enjoys time with his rescued cats at home in Wailuku, and has been supporting Leilani Farm Sanctuary 2009. 



In the News

Hana Hou magazine featured Leilani Farm Sanctuary in its June/July issue. Passengers on Hawaiian Airlines received copies of the magazine, which resulted in many new visitors coming to the farm.  To read the article, click here.




 Photo by Sue Huddleson




Networking and Community Outreach


Leilani Farm Sanctuary continues to reach out and network with the community. We now participate in monthly SmartMix meetings and have recently hosted the event at the Sanctuary. 




Photo by Moriah Diamond




Poetry Group Fundraisers 


Co-director Barry Sultanoff regularly leads poets' circles on Maui. Participants donate to Leilani Farm Sanctuary in lieu of class tuition. They often write poems inspired by pictures of our rescued animals.



Writers weaving rhymes--

Rescued animals applaud

Their generosity



 Photo by Laurelee Blanchard



Down to Earth Donates Produce to Sanctuary Animals 


Thanks to the generosity of Down to Earth Organic & Natural, we are now receiving fruit, veggies, and greens for the rescued animals. Our friends at Eco Rental Car pick up and deliver the goods to the Sanctuary twice a week. Please help support Hawaii's only all-vegetarian natural foods store by shopping at its various locations throughout Hawaii, and the next time you need to rent a car, give a call to Eco Rental Car. A percent of their sales goes toward animal rescue.





Holiday Gifts
Make your holiday shopping easy by giving your family members the gift of compassion by sponsoring a rescued animal or animals. Your loved ones will receive an original hand-made card, including a story about the animal and an adoption certificate bearing his or her photograph. This special gift will be appreciated by the recipient and also benefit the animals.

 Sponsor Veronica or another animal 



Portobella Mushroom Steaks






4 large Portobello mushrooms




� cup olive oil


2 TBS soy sauce


2 TBS A-1 steak sauce


� tsp sugar


2 tsp minced garlic




Marinade mushroom for 1 hour


Sautee mushrooms in skillet until cooked




Leave a Legacy


Including Leilani Farm Sanctuary in your estate plans demonstrates your deep commitment to a compassionate tomorrow. Leilani Farm Sanctuary is grateful to all of our Legacy Members who have made a commitment to the future care of rescued animals, and to the continuation of humane education through their planned gifts.



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, and humane education to the community. 




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Haiku, HI 96708

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