Sponsor an Animal,
Change a Life
By giving a donation to sponsor animals at Green Chimneys, you will help provide food, veterinary care, shelter, grooming, and more for the animals at our Farm & Wildlife Center. In turn, our animals benefit our special needs students. When our children and animals interact, amazing things happen.
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Sponsor a Goat
Sponsor a Chinchilla
Sponsor a Rabbit
Sponsor a Dog
Sponsor a Pig
Sponsor an Owl
Sponsor a Cow
Sponsor a Bird
Sponsor a Sheep
Sponsor a Miniature Horse
Sponsor a Llama
Sponsor a Donkey
Sponsor a Horse
Sponsor the Bald Eagle
Sponsor a Camel
A Gift for Yourself or for Someone Special
Your animal sponsorship will benefit the life of an animal for one full year, or you may choose ongoing sponsorship to support an animal’s continuous care. We will send you or your gift recipient a special letter with a photo of the animal and his or her story.
- All animal sponsorships are valid for one year
- No ownership rights are conferred by this transaction.
- Visiting times: Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
On behalf of our farm and wildlife residents, and the children of Green Chimneys, thank you for your support! For more information, contact Sam at email@example.com or 845.279.2995 x363
Additional Ways to Help
Many companies have matching gift programs that can double or triple the value of your contribution to Green Chimneys. Please inquire if your employer or your spouse’s employer has a matching gift program.
BEQUESTS/ LIFE INCOME/ MEMORIALS/ TRIBUTE GIFTS
If you are interested in discussing tax-saving planned gift arrangements, including Green Chimneys in your will, or making a memorial or tribute gift, please contact Kristin Dionne at 845-279-2995, ext. 330 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may obtain a copy of our current financial and/or registration information from Friends of Green Chimneys, 400 Doansburg Road, Brewster, NY 10509, or email email@example.com. Or, contact the State of New York Office of the Attorney General, Department of Law, Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271.
This barred owl fell from his nest and ended up on the ground in New Paltz, NY where he was rescued and cared for but it was quickly apparent that he was severely disfigured. He had a twisted, crooked beak, his wing feathers weren’t fully developed and one eye was shut while the other did not look as it should. This was not a bird that could be released back into the wild. Green Chimneys wildlife specialists worked with a local veterinary hospital to improve the bird’s health and determined that the owl was totally blind in one eye and 80-90% blind in the other.