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We Nurture Through Nature

About Allaire Community Farm

Our goal at Allaire Community Farm is to utilize our rescued animals and working farm environment to nurture through nature. In particular, our farm is focused on helping special needs adults and children, teens facing mental health issues, veterans with PTSD and families battling cancer. We accomplish our mission through programs, events and outreach that uses animal therapy, equine therapy, organic gardening and vocational training. At Allaire Community Farm, we also utilize our gardens and greenhouses to support families who are battling cancer or facing financial hardships. Further, all funds generated through the farm are used exclusively to support the mission of our non-profit organization.

Admission into the farm is $5 for Adults (16 and over) and $3 for children over the age of 1. Our Petting Zoo is open to the public, and no reservations are required.

FARM HOURS:
Currently Closed for the Winter (Reopening on April 1, 2023)

PLEASE NOTE: For the safety of our animals and visitors, dogs are not permitted on the farm. Also, we do not allow picnicking at the farm. Please do not bring in coolers or bagged lunches.

Allaire Community Farm Petting Zoo Wall New Jersey
Allaire Community Farm Petting Zoo Wall New Jersey
Allaire Community Farm Petting Zoo Wall New Jersey
Allaire Community Farm Petting Zoo Wall New Jersey
Allaire Community Farm Petting Zoo Wall New Jersey
Joann Burney Sean Burney Allaire Community Farm

From Our Founders

When choosing a name for our farm, we especially wanted to include “Community” in our name. Allaire Community Farm relies on our many wonderful volunteers who give their time for the good of the local community, as well as our farm community. As a non-profit, our volunteers are indispensable and make it possible for us to offer our many programs and services. They freely give their time without any compensation.

It has always been our goal to utilize our rescued animals and working farm environment to nurture through nature, especially when it comes to those with special needs, at-risk populations, veterans with PTSD and families battling cancer. Many of our programs are developed to support these populations both directly and indirectly.

Volunteering at the farm is another way that we are inclusive of people of all different talents and abilities. Please keep this in mind the next time you are at the farm. You may come across someone who is trying their best, yet does not necessarily respond in a traditional way. Patience, extra kindness and understanding towards all our volunteers is greatly appreciated. A simple warm smile or cheery thank you can go a long way. We love all our volunteers. Once you get to know their individual uniqueness, you will love them, too!

JoAnn and Sean Burney

Featured Programs

Hope Program

The mission of the Harvesting Occupational and Personal Excellence (HOPE) Program is to provide an integrated approach to supporting individuals to develop functional socialization and work skills. 

Horseback Riding Lessons

Begin or enhance your child’s horse association with participation in a program that will safely ensure the ability to control a horse (on or off lead) through the trot.

Have you enjoyed a visit to our Farm?

Christmas Light Spectacular

CHRISTMAS LIGHT SPECTACULAR

Old Fashioned Hay Rides Through A Dazzling Light Display

This fundraiser will support the farm and our animals through the winter months.