As a result of the COVID-19 Crisis, we had to cancel our annual Hoedown, which is our main fundraiser for the year and was projected to raise $75,000. We also had to cancel three other large scale fundraisers that were being coordinated by supporters of the farm.
In addition to fundraisers, we were forced to cancel major revenue generating farm programs throughout the spring and summer. This has had a dramatic impact on our ability to operate in the black.
We are hoping that this video will stir those who are able to consider donating to the farm. Our immediate goal is to make the farm year round and sustainable by erecting an indoor riding barn and a temperature regulated Learning Resource Center. These buildings will enable the farm to be open year round, regardless of the weather. Once the buildings are in place, riding lessons and farm programs will not be cancelled due to rain, cold, heat or wind.
Continuity in programs will allow the farm to grow in its outreach and thereby increase our ability to meet our financial obligations while also serving our mission populations.
Thanks in advance for your consideration to donate, and we are greatly appreciative of your support. If willing, we also ask that you please share this video so others can learn more about our farm.
Spring Lake, N.J. (July 9, 2020) – Peter Grandich and Company announced today that the firm will be volunteering its full support to Allaire Community Farm in Wall, New Jersey, assisting the non-profit organization in the areas of strategic planning, marketing and business development. “Now in my 37th year in and around the financial arena, the twilight of my professional career has clearly set in,” said Peter Grandich, Managing Member of Peter Grandich and Company. “Yearning to utilize my experience and network to significantly enhance an already most worthy cause, the good Lord clearly led my wife and I to Allaire Community Farm. Proverbs...
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 through nature: special needs adults and children, at-risk population, veterans with PTSD and families battling cancer. 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 gardens and greenhouses support local families battling cancer or who require financial need, along with local food banks.
Fully 100% of all monies generated through farm parties, class trips, donations, etc. go directly to the nonprofit to support our mission.
PLEASE NOTE: For the safety of our animals and visitors, dogs are not permitted on the farm.
Attention Monmouth County Residents
On September 3, 2020, at 7 PM, Allaire Community Farm will conduct a public hearing at the Allaire Community Farm, 1923 Baileys Corner Road, Wall, NJ, on the contents of an application to be submitted to the Monmouth County Office of Community Development.
The Public is invited to attend and participate. If you wish to attend and require a sign interpreter (Voice, TDD and ITY), you can contact the office of Community Development (on behalf of the Board of Chosen Freeholders).
Allaire Petting Zoo
Petting Zoo Hours
Tuesday – Sunday: 11:00AM to 5:00PM
The cost is $3 per person to help defer the care and feeding costs of our rescued animals. We are allowing guests to visit the animals while practicing social distancing from each other. All guests need to check-in at the market. You must wear a mask while checking-in. Once you are checked-in and step outside of the market, you can remove your mask. We now sell animal feed for $2 a bag. The feed can only be used for the animals in the outdoor petting zoo. Until further notice, there will be no grooming or going in the animal paddocks. You are welcome to visit and pet the animals from outside the paddocks.
We are pleased to offer $2 barrel train rides. Hayrides are available for $2 a person on the weekends.
Thank you for your cooperation. Hope to see you at the farm.
Allaire Community Farm Market
The market remains open for walk-ins (a mask must be worn to enter the market)
Market hours are Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm
1923 Baileys Corner Road | Wall Twp. | NJ | 07719
See our Facebook page for daily postings and hour updates.
Open Tuesday – Sunday
Visit our rescued farm animals 6 days a week. There is a $3.00 farm entry fee per person. Please visit our Facebook page here to learn about our open hours at the petting zoo.
A school trip to our farm is a great experience for all ages. We offer trips to visit year round. Our tours are appropriate for ages two to fourteen.
Click here for more information on Class Trips to Allaire Community Farm.
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.
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.
Organic Food Donated to Date to Families Fighting Cancer