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Hands-On Volunteer Day at Full Circle Farm Sanctuary Oct 27, 2018
Join the us for a hands-on work day to benefit Full Circle Farm Sanctuary, a non-profit, all-volunteer, safe haven for rescued farmed animals who otherwise would be lost, suffering, and forgotten. By donating our time and effort we can directly impact the sanctuary's ability to keep up their much needed rescue. Full Circle’s new location in Warm Springs, Georgia (just south of Atlanta) sits on a 50-acre bucolic expanse of land that houses a 4000 square foot barn and four separate pastures, as well as two ponds, and a log home that will become the Insight Center to be used for educational events. JOIN US! We'll work as a group for the day. Some of the chores we'll help with are cleaning, painting, fence repair, cleaning pens, and more. PLEASE ARRIVE BY 10:00 AM for check-in. We will be working as a group so please be on time. THIS IS A WORKDAY - VOLUNTEERS MUST BE 15 YEARS ARE OLDER. What to wear: Comfortable clothes that can get dirty. What to bring with you: - Work gloves - Shoes/boots you don't mind getting dirty - Hat/sunscreen - Water and vegan snacks to enjoy with other action team participants after we have finished volunteering Full Circle Farm Sanctuary is located at: 961 Whitehouse Parkway, Warm Springs Georgia, 31830 For more information about Full Circle Farm Sanctuary go to: http://fullcirclefarmsanctuary.org/ https://www.facebook.com/FullCircleFarmSanctuary (http://fullcirclefarmsanctuary.org/) Questions about the volunteer day? Contact Sarita at: [masked] See you there!

Full Circle Farm Sanctuary

961 Whitehouse Parkway · Warm Springs, GA

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    Georgia Animal Rights and Protection (GARP) is a 501c3 non-profit all volunteer run organization dedicated to the abolition of animal exploitation and suffering.

    GARP focuses on educating the public about the abuse and cruelty that is inherent in the use of animals for food, entertainment, research and fashion. Event outreach, leafleting, demonstrating, lobbying for stronger anti-cruelty legislation, social and traditional media are some of the tools GARP utilizes in order to educate the public.

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