Proud to SUPPORT Boys & Girls Clubs of Monmouth County with Whole Foods
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Monmouth County visits Allaire Community Farm! We utilize our rescued animals and the working farm environment to nurture with nature—specifically for special needs and at-risk populations. This is accomplished animal therapy, equine therapy, organic gardening, and vocational training towards purposeful agricultural employment and self-esteem building.
Special Needs Harvest Festival
We invited our special needs community and their families to celebrate the fall season here at the farm!
This complimentary day was exclusively for special needs individuals and their families
Our guests enjoyed a Petting Zoo, Egg Gathering, Hayrides, Pony Rides or Carriage Rides, Crafts & Games, DJ Jay and more.
Allaire Community Farm Mission
Allaire Community Farm is a sanctuary where passionate people make an impact on their community by creating an encouraging environment that fosters healing and hope. We are an animal rescue with a mission of inclusion. Our goal is to utilize our rescued animals and the working farm environment to nurture with nature special needs and at-risk populations, along with their families. This is accomplished through programs, events, and outreach throughout the year that focus on animal therapy, equine therapy, organic gardening, and vocational training towards purposeful agricultural employment and self-esteem building.
Our community gardens and greenhouses support local families battling cancer or who require financial need, along with local food banks.
The farm is a sanctuary for ALL providing nurture with nature. Fully 100% of all monies generated through pony parties, class trips, donations, riding lessons, etc. go directly to the nonprofit to support our mission.
Live Updates from the Farm!
Find Life on the Farm
In the hustle and bustle of today’s high pressure world, there are very few places where people can go to escape and enjoy nature and animals in a tranquil environment. The vision for Allaire Community Farm is to create a sanctuary where individuals can go to get away from the rat race of New Jersey and enjoy nature, rescued animals, healthy produce and interaction with other members of their local community. We also desire to give back to the community by providing a caring environment for children with special needs and at risk teens by utilizing our rescued animals to break down barriers. The petting zoo is open to the public on specific days, as it is weather and volunteer dependent. There is a $3 entry fee per person. Please visit our Facebook page here to learn about our open hours at the petting zoo.
The Little Red Barn with a Big Heart
Our goal is to utilize our rescued animals and the working farm environment to nurture with nature the special needs and at-risk populations we serve, along with their families. This is accomplished through programs, events, and outreach throughout the year that focus on animal therapy, equine therapy, organic gardening, and vocational training towards purposeful agricultural employment and self-esteem building.
Allaire Community Farm is proud to present its vocational pilot programs for at-risk teens and special needs students in the areas of greenhouse and agricultural management. These programs are designed to foster the education and teaching of vocational skills that can enhance and develop further skills to follow into adulthood.
Pony & Farm Parties
Party Animals Welcome!
Treat your child to a fun-filled pony and farm party at Allaire Community Farm. Not only will children be able to groom and ride ponies, they will be able to visit our petting zoo and feed our animals. Children will be able to gather eggs in our hen houses and interact with our chickens. Each party will have a full-time staff and trainers to work with the children. Parties last for two hours, and take place in our picnic area. A pony and farm party at Allaire Community Farm is the perfect venue for birthdays, family celebrations, and scouting events.
Nancy Forsyth is our P.A.T.H. certified riding & driving instructor who brings along 20 years of experience. She rides her horses, Fitti & Joe regularly, as well as enjoys driving Joe, who resides here at Allaire Community Farm. Along with various assistants, Nancy will oversee both programs.
Please contact Nancy at 732-600-4127 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org for details and for scheduling.
Class Trips & Events
Bring Your Class or Group to the Farm
A school trip to our farm is a great experience for all ages. A New Jersey certified teacher will guide, introduce and educate your group about the animals, plants and bees at the farm. Our class trips reinforce New Jersey education standards while making learning about farming fun. Our tours are able to work with existing curriculum to bring classroom lessons to life. We provide Spring, Summer and Fall tours. The Spring tours are during the months of March, April, May and June.Summer tours are July and August and the Fall tours are during the months of September, October and November. Our tours are appropriate for ages two to fourteen.
Click here for more information on Class Trips to Allaire Community Farm.
Book Your Party
Got questions? Call Joann at 732-996-2754, email email@example.com, or just complete the contact form right here.
Organic Food Donated to Date to Families Fighting Cancer
Make a Donation
We could sure use your help! If you’d like to partner with us to provide for the needs of our rescued farm animals, sponsor a family who is battling cancer, or make a one-time or monthly tax-deductible donation to keep Allaire Community Farm going, we’d appreciate it.
Click here to find out how you can help Allaire Community Farm.