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During these hard times, we need your help more than ever! Want to support Day Dreams Farm while doing your everyday shopping?
Fortunately, with a Kroger Plus Card you can!
Don't have a Kroger Plus Card? Share this with someone you know who might!
Your Kroger Plus Card not only helps you save on groceries and fuel every time you shop, but it also helps local organizations (like us, Day Dreams Farms) with their Kroger Community Rewards Program. All it takes is some shopping and a single swipe or insert to help feed and care for these hungry horses!
Don't know where to start? Here's how you can support us WHILE saving on groceries and fuel, it'll take you less than a minute!
1. Sign into your digital Kroger account here: https://www.kroger.com/signin?redirectUrl=/
2. Click this link after logging into your Kroger account: https://www.kroger.com/account/communityrewards/enroll
3. In the search bar, enter our name (Day Dreams Farm) OR our NPO number (90784) and click ENROLL
You're all done! Now every time you shop, Day Dreams Farm earns 3% of your purchase, how great is that?
It is with heavy hearts that we must announce we are officially cancelling this year’s Ice Cream Social (originally scheduled for August 18th). We cannot begin to express how devastating it is having to cancel yet another fundraising event, especially since we currently have 14 equines in our care.
Since March, our vet bills have topped over $3,000, farrier care over the last few months has topped well over $1,000, and buying enough hay to get us through the winter is running about $6,000. But with so much uncertainty surrounding the current climate, we simply cannot afford to risk ourselves, our team members, or our community.
Unfortunately, at this point it is also likely our Halloween Spooktacular will also be cancelled. That will be the biggest blow yet to our funding, as it is the largest event of the year for us. Those who have attended our previous Halloween Spooktacular knows how much it means to us.
We are keeping our fingers crossed that we will be able figure out something to help with funding, so look out for future posts! We know times are tough for everyone right now, but relying 100% on donations during a time when we are unable host events is frustrating. We are working very hard behind the scenes taking care of our animals and coming up with a plan to move forward.
We just want to say thank you to all of our supporters and donors for keeping us going during these tough times. Seriously, without you, there would be no us, Day Dreams Farms. THANK YOU! We will all get through this together. We can’t wait to see our supporters again in 2021!
Looking for ways to help? Head over to our "How You Can Help?" section! We are accepting empty can and bottle drop offs, you can help us by doing your everyday grocery shoppingAnything you do helps, and on behalf of our happy rescue horses, thank you for being here!
As of today, Cricket is officially available for adoption to her new forever home!
Cricket was a "homebred Amish" horse until a couple years ago. Her owners fell into financial hardships and we agreed to take Cricket in. She is a very sweet, laid back mare, perfect for kids or timid people! She's beginner kid safe both on the ground and under saddle. Head over to our "Available for Adoption" page or click the button below for more information on this gorgeous girl!
ALL adoptions are via adoption applications. You MUST be 18 years or older to submit a request via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once your application is submitted, it will be reviewed by our team. If your application is determined to be a good fit, we will contact you for an appointment for a meet and greet. We do require a signed adoption contract, and we will transport the horse to the new adoptive home. We do not allow pick up of any animals.
Please direct all questions to our email at email@example.com. Thank you.
To find and download adoption applications, contracts, and adoptable animals, click the button below!
We decided to call her Pepper. She's the surviving horse from the seizure with animal control two weeks ago. Now that she's shed out a ton of hair, it's really apparent to see how skinny she really is. Farrier comes Monday, Vet comes Thursday. Since she was being fed exclusively cracked corn, we are being SUPER careful about re-feeding syndrome and are starting her back on real feed very slowly. She has a long road ahead, but we have to reason to expect she won't recover 100%.
Donate by check to:
P.O. Box 230424
Fair Haven, MI 48023