FARM TOUR UPDATE
We would like to thank everyone who has participated in our farm tour programming this summer. As our only fundraiser that we were able to pull off, you have helped us get through the last few months.
We also want to inform you that we are no longer doing open farm tours for the 2020 summer season because many of our volunteers are heading back to school. Thanks again for your continued support!
Covid-19 has taken a toll on our rescue as it has the rest of the nation. Because of the pandemic, we have canceled all events and fundraisers that were slated for the summer, fall, and winter of 2020.
All events have been cancled, and we are not taking animals off-site for any services. We are no longer doing public tours at the farm due to our volunteers moving back to school. We tahnk you for your support of our farm tour program this summer.
Because we have lost almost all sources of funding, we are always looking for generous donations from our supportive community. If you are willing to donate, visit our donate page through the button below. Every bit helps us get through as we continue to care for our animals.
WHO WE ARE
Ashburn's Animals in a non-profit animal rescue specializing in a wide variety of animals. Since our founding in 2009, we have been dedicated to connecting our community to the animals we care for. Our 55 acre farm is home to over 150 animals that have come to us with all different backgrounds. We strive to give them the best lives possible and connect them with loving, forever homes. We rely on a dedicated team of volunteers and a strong community to support what we do. Explore our website to meet our animals, volunteer team, and get involved here at Ashburn's!
WHAT WE OFFER
Ashburn's Animals cares about our community and how we can connect to the people in it. As a non-profit, we rely on these relationships to help care for our animals. We offer various services to the community which in turn helps our animals and helps us maintain their daily care.
“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened.”