PLEASE DONATE TODAY!

Safe Haven Llama & Alpaca Sanctuary is a non-profit organization that is 100% funded by the generous donations you provide. 

Without your continued support we would not be able to provide for the care and well-being of our current residents, much less provide services for future residents. 

Safe Haven Llama & Alpaca Sanctuary is all-volunteer, so you can be assured that your donation will directly affect our residents.

We accept online donations via PayPal! Get in touch with us on the 'Contact Us Page' if you wish to use another means to donate.

Your cash donations are always greatly appreciated, but we also accept in-kind donations, as well as donations of your time as a volunteer.  Contact us via the 'Contact Us Page' and we can discuss the details of you in-kind donations and volunteer opportunities

 

We are in need of the following items

  • 4-wheeler or ATV

  • Small Manure Spreader (able to use with 4-wheeler/ATV)

  • Pickup Truck (newer for towing a trailer to transport animals)

  • Trailer (newer for transporting animals)

  • Pickup or Small Flatbed Truck (for general ranch work)

  • Small Tractor (with ability to attach backhoe, brush-hog, post-hole digger etc.)

  • Small Tractor Attachments (backhoe, brush-hog, post-hole digger, etc.)

  • Hay/Pellets/Feed (we are always looking for donations to assist us in keeping our residents well-fed)

 

We are also always in need of general office supplies - printer paper, stamps, envelopes, etc.

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Oh Poop!

Buy Llama Poo Fertilizer and

Help our Non Profit!

Every Year, Safe Haven Bags Up Approx. 100 Bags of Llama droppings and creates a fundraiser to assist in the purchase of Winter Hay and Vet Care needs.

We are now dependent on this income yearly.

Have you tried Llama Poo for your garden needs?

Tordon Free/ Herbicide & Pesticide Free

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Volunteer!

Safe Haven is run entirely by volunteers like YOU!

We always need help cleaning barns, unloading hay and pellets, Clipping Toenails and Grooming Care, along with MANY other Fun things.

Feel Free To reach Out to Us! We all come together as a team to create a warming home for our llama residents.

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