Cracker Box Palace Farm Animal Haven, founded in 2000, operates under the principles of "Rescue, Rehabilitation, Adoption, Sanctuary." The goal of the staff and volunteers is to provide the best possible living conditions, diet, medical care, and physical and emotional rehabilitation for farm animals that have been abused or neglected, or those who just need a new home due to changes in their owner's life circumstances. We currently have over 200 farm animals of varied species in residence. We rely on our generous contributors and hearty volunteers to keep the farm running on a daily basis and to provide the animals with feed, medical care, shelter, and love. Suitable adoptive homes are sought; candidates are interviewed and every effort is made to make sure these animals never end up in a rescue situation again. We are a no- kill shelter where our residents can spend the rest of their lives should their condition not allow them to be adopted. Community education is a large part of CBP's mission; our hope is that by educating our youth regarding proper and responsible animal care someday shelters like this won't be necessary anymore. Cracker Box Palace operates a Steady Work program for at-risk teens that provides employment, tutoring to complete high school, and life skills to ensure future success. We have an all volunteer Large Animal Response Team that works with law enforcement and first responders when farm animals are in need. We are located on over 600 acres overlooking Sodus Bay and work with the Genesee Land Trust to preserve this beautiful oasis for wildlife and a working farm for generations to come.
We focus on: Animals, The Environment
Where we are: Monroe, Ontario, Wayne
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