At Full Circle Farm Sanctuary we believe liberation is intersectional. Although our main mission is to care for animals and educate the public about their plight, we also value and work towards human liberation as well. We want everyone to know that FCFS is a welcoming organization that does our best to include everyone - creating a space for employees and visitors of diverse orientations, gender identities, races, and religions. We wanted to make a special print for Pride month coming up in June to affirming that we want liberation for all - and that you should be able to take pride in your identity. We support all of our LGBTQ+ staff, volunteers, and visitors. (And for those of you in Atlanta - you can snap this print up now and wear it for Atlanta Pride in October!) ALL proceeds from these shirts & tanks go towards the care and feeding of our rescued residents. By purchasing one of these limited prints, you are helping us spread a message of intersectional liberation, AND supporting the animals that call Full Circle home. Love & Liberation -The humans and non-humans at Full Circle Farm Sanctuary
Welcome to FCFS
A non-profit organization located in Warm Springs, Georgia, Full Circle Farm Sanctuary (FCFS) promotes putting compassion into action by doing the right thing and making a real difference in the lives of individuals who have endured abuse and neglect. In addition to providing a nurturing lifetime home for farmed animals here at our sanctuary, we also network with other sanctuaries and animal advocates in efforts to help find loving forever homes for many more animals who need our help.
Here at FCFS we endeavor to bring the lives of these beautiful souls full circle by surrounding them with compassion, safety and peace. It is our privilege to provide them with the loving care they so richly deserve. Currently we are housing and caring for over 180 residents, including pigs, goats, sheep, cows, horses, donkeys, chickens, guinea fowl, ducks, llamas, alpacas, geese, turkeys, emus and rabbits.
Likewise, through one-on-one interactions with our rescued animal resident ambassadors, along with community outreach and education, and many special events, it is our hope that public perceptions of farmed animals will also come full circle to embrace true compassion for all.