Thanksgiving is less than a week away, but there is still time to help us save lives before the upcoming holiday by sponsoring a feathered friend through Farm Sanctuary’s Adopt-A-Turkey Project. Daphne, Harley, Kima, Jordan, Reese, and Velma turkeys are all still available for sponsorship and would love the chance to share their special message of compassion with you and your loved ones. Please adopt one or more of these charming birds to be their voice or brighten the holiday for family and friends today!
For a one-time donation of $30, you will receive an adoption certificate with a color photo of and fun facts about the turkey you choose from the sponsorship list below. As an adopter, you’re contribution not only goes toward the care of the rescued animals at Farm Sanctuary, but also helps us advocate for turkeys and other farm animals who are suffering on factory farms all across the U.S.
To ensure that you or your gift recipients receive adoption materials by Thanksgiving Day, we are pleased to present a brand new e-certificate option that you can get and share in time for the holiday! By selecting the e-certificate option and placing your order no later than noon on Wednesday, November 24, you can help make this Thanksgiving a more compassionate one for all. Adopt now!
If you have already adopted turkeys for the holiday, thank you! Your contribution is already making a difference for animals in need. If you’d like to place more orders for adoptions to give out as gifts, you can still ensure Thanksgiving Day arrival by taking advantage of our e-certificate option today.
While our 2010 turkeys will continue to be available for sponsorship throughout the winter holiday season, e-certificate orders must be placed now in order to be fulfilled in time for Thanksgiving Day. Please don’t miss your chance to be a part of the Adopt-A-Turkey Project, which has saved countless lives and encouraged millions of people to consider a new tradition that leaves turkeys off the holiday dinner table since 1986. With Ellen DeGeneres as our 2010 spokesperson, and an outpouring of generous support from our members, we are making a bigger impact than ever before this year and we want to keep the momentum building. Won’t you help by adopting one or more turkeys today?