You Can Make a Difference!
Over the summer, our students returned for in-person instruction and began reconnecting on the farm. As the 2020-21 school year begins, we need your support to ensure therapeutic and animal-assisted activities remain a vital part of the Green Chimneys experience for children with special needs. Support our Fall 2020 campaign with a gift today
Your gift will:
- Contribute to educational and therapeutic programming that teaches our students the skills and confidence to focus on their own well being, academic development, and abilities to achieve success at Green Chimneys and beyond.
- Contribute to the care of our valued animal partners and their integral role in supporting the growth and development of Green Chimneys’ students.
We thank you.
There are a variety of ways to get involved with Green Chimneys and we appreciate all efforts large and small. Choose the option that works best for you – from animal sponsorship to volunteering your time to getting your company involved – and know your support gives hope and possibility to hundreds of children and animals each year.
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A gift to Green Chimneys through your estate and financial planning is a great way to help ensure our innovative programs continue to help children and animals well into the future. More
Volunteers are our lifeblood, and Green Chimneys has so many opportunities for those who want to “give back to the community” through volunteer work with kids, tending to gardens, and supporting animal rescue and care.
The Green Chimneys animal calendar features 12 months of our animals and their real life stories.
Animal Portrait Book
Take part in a photographic celebration of the animal partners that help in providing therapeutic treatment and education for children with special needs.