farm sanctuary visit

The best way to visit is to either come and stay or attend one of our monthly sanctuary tours. Sign up to our email list to be alerted of the schedule.

(If you live far, far away, you can catch up with the friends online: InstagramFacebookTwitter )

Volunteer

Interested in volunteering regularly at the sanctuary? Contact us if you are interested in volunteer opportunities for the sanctuary residents, or as part of our community outreach.

Residency Experience / Piebird Farm Sanctuary Internship

This is our fourth year of offering a unique opportunity for the perfect applicant(s) to participate in the good sanctuary life here and to turn their values of compassion into hands-on experience. See: www.piebird.ca/intern

Sanctuary Partners

We’re casually exploring expansion and maybe you’ll be part of it! Have you been thinking of starting a sanctuary? The best way for us to expand the number of animal-friends the sanctuary can be a home for is to expand the number of human care-givers who live here. Currently, we are actively exploring a co-op model of sanctuary.

Piebird is a happy place to inspire kindness. We (Sherry & Yan) started Piebird in 2005 as a place of Peace-filled smiles upon the path to Animal Liberation. Contact us if you can add energy to this vision.

Support / donate to the sanctuary

We’re grateful for your support! Support the sanctuary.

Donations and sponsorships are always appreciated to help support the sanctuary work we do here. Your generosity directly supports the lives of the sanctuary residents in meaningful and simple ways. Donations also support our outreach advocacy and sanctuary expansion.

Visit Piebird Farm Sanctuary’s online store

We had lots of fun creating beautiful things for you, please do check out our online store: www.piebird.org/store

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Intersectional veganism

Guests inform our intersectionality

We feel fortunate to host a broad cross-section of guest who come stay at Piebird and share different ambitions and different dedications towards the common good of achieving a better world. The diversity of their good desires are all linked together by the similarity of hope. Yet something more than hope is happening. All around us, we see hope in action.

That inner certainty of good people with good visions has been momentously inspiring to us. As we enter our twelfth year we feel enriched by the wealth of spirit and creativeness we see that brings about freedom and inspires peace.

Intersectionality

As a sanctuary, our effort is for freedom, and any undertaking of freedom must be as broad as freedom itself. For freedom to approach liberation, it must be immensely generous with it’s inclusion. So we take an intersectional approach to work towards making mere freedom become true liberation.

As a sanctuary, we recognize and celebrate all efforts against injustice and hierarchy in the here and now — and we build a reflective place based on meaningful solidarity with all of those efforts.

If we are celebrating truthfulness here, then togetherness is always more transformative than anything less.

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farm sanctuary intern

As a sanctuary, we put our heart into a way of living that brings peace to those around us — in every way.

If you are interested in being a part of this loving and learning community, please do pay attention to the messages we speak to the world, to ensure that our efforts of “Peaceful Powered Animal Liberation” fits with your worldview.

As the sanctuary has developed, we have tried to create a space where Peace makes it’s presence felt. Being caregivers for the family of animal-friends who lives here is a form of love-based activism. Through meaningful experiences, guests here inspire themselves to care about life, Earth, one another, to critically examine social justice issues, and to foster skills and adopt actions that will help birth Peace. We are inspired by them as well. This mutual inspiration helps us all further understand our ethical, environmental and social responsibilities.

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