Allaire Community Farm is a 5013(c) Non-Profit Organization. Your Donations Are Tax Deductible!

Corporate Sponsors – if you work for a company that has a philanthropic arm, invite them to consider supporting our farm. This can be done through cash gifts, fundraisers or events held at the farm.

All donation are tax deductible and receipts will be provided!

How can you help?

Sponsor a rescued animal

We gladly accept donations to help defer adoption, food, and veterinarian costs.

Make a One-Time or Monthly Donation

Sponsor a $25 or $50 box of produce for a local family battling cancer.

$25 box of produce

$50 box of produce

Fund a stipend for an “at risk teen” or “special needs young adult” to work at the farm.

Make a One Time Gift

Wish List

The following is a wish list for Allaire Community Farm which will assist us in meeting our stated goals.

Donations or Corporate Sponsorship:

  • Pick up truck (new or used) to be used for day to day operations of the farm
  • Tractor (new or used) to be used in agricultural section of the farm and parties
  • Hay Wagon (new or used) to be used for community outreaches and pony/farm parti
  • Golf carts to move guests 
  • Work utility vehicles (gator) for work around farm
  • Rescued animals for petting zoo

Donation of Professional Services:

  • Upgrade and run electric to greenhouses, barn, hen houses, pond and picnic areas
  • Lighting for common walk areas, front of barn, petting zoo and riding rink that will enable us to host evening events
  • Repair roof of barn so that the hay loft can be renovated for multipurpose room
  • Installation of well hydrants throughout the farm for animals and greenhouses
  • Installation of storage sheds through farm for feed, hay, straw, and other supplies

Donations of, or Financial Support for Building Materials:

  • Fencing for paddocks and perimeter of farm
  • Plumbing installation and supplies
  • Electrical wiring and lighting throughout farm
  • Fans, heaters, and lighting for greenhouses

Monetary Support:

  • Costs associated with veterinarian expenses for rescued animals
  • Costs associated with feed, hay, feeders, lead lines, etc., for rescued animals.
  • Funds for Employing at risk youth
  • Funds Employing high functioning special needs individuals
  • Funds for providing organic produce to children with cancer and low income families
  • Funds or donations to feed volunteers at community outreaches

Corporate Sponsorship with Signage:

  • Paddock fencing
  • farm Street Vehicles – cars/Trucks
  • Tractors
  • Hay wagons
  • Picnic Pavilion
  • Greenhouses
  • Barn
  • Farm publications
  • Farm website

Overhead Expenses:

  • Mortgage
  • Utilities
  • Repairs/
  • Insurance