Sanctuary One, a nonprofit care farm located in the scenic Applegate Valley of southern Oregon, is participating in an online voting contest where the 5 nonprofits with the most votes win a donation of an entire orchard of fruit trees. If Sanctuary One wins they will receive hundreds of fruit trees that will help feed rescued farm animals for generations to come. They are the only group in the contest that rescues farm animals.
Lulu – a rescued pig living at Sanctuary One — she loves apples!
The contest is co-sponsored by The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation of Pittsburgh, PA and Dreyer’s Fruit Bars.
To win an orchard for animals, Sanctuary One needs to move from 8th place into the top 5 before the contest ends on August 31st. Here’s how people who love farm animals can help Sanctuary One win the orchard.
Surf to the Communities Take Root web site.
Select your state from the drop-down menu, then click the Enter Site button. Click on the “Register” tab at the top of the next page.
Note: You don’t have to use your real email address to register. Make something up if you prefer.
Then follow the prompts to cast a vote for Sanctuary One (Jacksonville, Oregon).