Happy Friday amazing supporters! It’s a big day for Little Bear Sanctuary! Today we officially celebrate our 5th anniversary, and we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate than to unveil our upgraded website at https://littlebearsanctuary.
I’m so proud of the way it turned out.
Our new website offers user-friendly browsing, news, events, and an improved user experience.
What does this mean for you? You can easily make donations as you’ve always done. We will send separate instructions to our monthly donors on how to change to the new system. (Don’t worry, It’s easy, and no rush).
If you’re not yet a monthly supporter, you can become one for only $5 a month. Check out how your, $5 a month helps! Here’s the direct link to sign up: Donate the cost of a cup of coffee per month – $5/Month
Please look around and let us know what you think. We love to hear from you.
Thank you to all our supporters who have helped us grow over the past five years. As a public nonprofit, we solely rely on donations to continue our work.
We are looking forward to the next five years!
SAUGERTIES, N.Y. July 12, 2022 – Here we “goat” again! Catskill Animal Sanctuary (CAS), one of the world’s leading sanctuaries for farmed animals — is pleased to announce that it will host the third annual Goat Games. From August 12-15, CAS will be joined by 13 additional farmed animal sanctuaries located throughout the U.S. that will rally the support of animal lovers nationwide in support of their life-saving work. To register or make a donation, visit thegoatgames.org.
In 2017, Chris Vane took a chance on a long-time dream and purchased a 30-acre property in Southwest Florida. This was no ordinary home purchase, though. Chris wanted to create a safe space for abandoned and abused animals to live out the rest of their lives in peace, free of cages. With the support of community members and total strangers alike, Chris has been able to love and care for over 150 different animals at his sanctuary over the years—and he has big plans to help countless more.
Step out into Christopher Vane’s backyard and you’ll quickly learn that the Punta Gorda man has a whole lot of pets.
“We have over 150 farm animals, 74 pigs … these animals have come from hoarding, situations, neglect, abuse,” Vane said.
Chris Vane lost focus as he sat in the crowd at a real estate seminar. It was 2015. He was more than a decade into a second career. As the speaker offered up million-dollar ideas, Vane’s mind was a million miles away.
Christopher Vane opened Florida’s Little Bear Sanctuary in honor of his late mother, who taught him compassion. He’s saved more than 150 farm animals.
A day at Little Bear Sanctuary in Punta Gorda
CHARLOTTE COUNTY — You might recognize this local man, after being recently named GoFundMe’s Hero of the Month.
His mission is to make sure that every animal in his care lives a cruelty-free life.