Camp Caring July 17-21 9:00am-3:30pm Children ages 8-14 Bring your children to a wonderful week of activities filled with learning, compassion, and fun! The children will have an opportunity to learn more about the animals at Full Circle Farm Sanctuary while engaging with our staff, and each other, through activities about especially created for them! Vegan lunch will be provided each day Click here to register
What The Health Wednesday, June 28 7:30-9:30pm Landmark Midtown Art Cinema, Atlanta Please join us for a very special screening of the movie "What The Health," the movie changing minds -and hearts- about our food choices and how they impact our health. Presented by Full Circle Farm Sanctuary, our Founder and Executive Director, Kayla Worden, along with other vegan experts, will host a discussion after the movie, so bring your questions and experiences to share with us! * 5% of ticket sales helps Full Circle Farm Sanctuary continue to save, love, and care for rescue animals Purchase tickets here!
NOTE: For the safety and well-being of our rescued resident animals, outside animals are NOT permitted on our sanctuary property at any time.
Volunteer Orientation Click for more details! Sunday, May 21st @ 10:00AM-1:00PM Sunday, June 25th @ 10:00AM-1:00PM Join us for a volunteer orientation at Full Circle Farm Sanctuary! Please be at our front gate by 9:45 AM sharp as we need to get everyone situated and start on time. To attend our Volunteer Orientation you must be at least 16 yrs. old and pay a $25 commitment fee ($20 for Students with ID) - REQUIRED. You will learn how YOU can become a part of our sanctuary by enlisting your help to assist us in caring for our growing family of rescued resident animals! *Registration for this event is required!*
Thanks to a most generous anonymous charitable trust, Full Circle Farm Sanctuary (FCFS) has realized its long-held dream of relocating to a much larger, more suitable property upon which to carry out its mission of saving and providing a lifetime loving home to abused, abandoned and unwanted farmed animals desperately in need of help. Further, this pivotal new location allows for a much greater public presence, increased outreach and a plethora of educational possibilities when, taken altogether, will allow for numerous avenues of spreading the word of Compassion for ALL sentient beings. Full Circle founder and executive director, Kayla Worden, has said, “In addition to generously increasing our ability to help ever more animals, we will have the ability to accommodate overnight guests on the grounds, so that one may truly be immersed in the experience of interacting closely with the animals for whom we all have much care and concern.” Full Circle’s new location in Warm Springs, Georgia (just south of Atlanta) sits on a 50-acre bucolic expanse of land that houses not only a 4000 square foot barn and four separate pastures, as well as two ponds, but features a 5400 square foot log home which will become their Insight Center and guest quarters. Many educational events and activities aimed at educating folks about the benefits and rewards of the compassionate vegan lifestyle emphasizing concern and respect for all sentient beings will take place here. As a bonus, this location abuts the FDR State Park (the largest state park in GA) and offers myriad activities to enrich visitors’ time at the sanctuary. Worden noted that it is paramount to success moving forward that Full Circle's supporters make appreciated donations to the sanctuary, noting that Full Circle needs their help now more than ever. “Our proficiency in raising funds and building support at this crucial time is essential to our continued ability to carry on with the important work of the sanctuary – for this generation and the next,” so says Worden. “We humbly and gratefully ask for the support of caring folks everywhere at this crucial time and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts! We are confident that, working together for good, we all can expand Full Circle Farm Sanctuary’s reach to become a major force for animals in the southeast…and beyond!” To discover more about how you can volunteer your time, talents and resources towards this noble, thrilling endeavor, please contact us at info@FCFSanctuary.org. In addition to monetary donations, FCFS is seeking volunteers to assist in a variety of ways. A non-profit 501(c)(3) non-profit organization humbly founded on a 2-acre hillside locale near Burnsville in western North Carolina in 2010, FCFS remains sincerely grateful to our friends, donors, volunteers, sponsors and everyone who has supported us over the years. We deeply appreciate all who have so kindly contributed to the sanctuary’s growth and success up to this point on our mission to help farmed animals.