Ady Gil, a generous supporter of Farm Sanctuary and their Adopt-A-Turkey Project, is very concerned about the suffering of turkeys this holiday season and wants to join with Farm Sanctuary supporters in saving as many of these birds as they possibly can. So he has offered to sponsor an additional turkey for every one adopted by friends like you by November 25, Thanksgiving Day!
All it takes is a one-time donation of $30 to sponsor one of the charming turkeys above. Or, to make the most of this limited match opportunity, consider sponsoring two, three or a whole flock of turkeys! Each of your sponsorships will be matched with another adoption. You’ll receive a special adoption certificate in your name with a color photo of and fun facts about your adopted turkey. Best of all, you’ll get the warm holiday feeling that comes with knowing that you’re supporting the care of the rescued turkeys and other animals at Farm Sanctuary, and helping them advocate for farm animals everywhere.
Since 1986, Farm Sanctuary’s Adopt-A-Turkey Project has rescued more than 1,000 turkeys, placed hundreds more into loving homes, and encouraged millions of people to consider a new tradition that leaves turkeys off their holiday dinner tables. But this is the first time they have ever had a matching offer like this one. With your help, twice as many turkeys will be adopted this year.
If you’ve already sponsored a turkey, thank you so much! Your generous support is already helping farm animals in need. If you would like to adopt additional turkeys as holiday gifts for family or friends, please do so by Thanksgiving Day, November 25, to have Ady match your sponsorship. Open your heart to a turkey today and another will be adopted!
P.S. Ady has offered to match every turkey sponsorship from Farm Sanctuary supporters like you up to $20,000. But you must adopt your turkey by the end of Thanksgiving Day, November 25, to have your sponsorship matched. Opt to adopt today to help Farm Sanctuary take advantage of this special opportunity to help more turkeys this holiday season.