No-kill rescue gets funds for new center 

Greenmore Farm Animal Rescue, a non-profit animal sanctuary, secured a significant matching-funds donation pledge from a local, anonymous donor, bringing the rescue closer to its goal of building a new indoor adoption center at the farm.

The Keane family — Tom, Sharon, Sarah and Rachel — with their new furry friends at Greenmore Farm.

The anonymous donor has agreed to match dollar-for-dollar, up to $20,000, for all funds raised between now and the close of 2019.

Greenmore Farm, in West Grove, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, no-kill rescue, dedicated to saving the lives of dogs, cats, and other animals in need. Many animals that make their way to Greenmore come from high-kill shelters in southern and midwestern states that lack resources and amenities to care for these animals. Greenmore coordinates rescue transportation through a network of dedicated volunteers, while also providing veterinary, rehabilitative, and perinatal care in an effort to prepare animals for adoption by local families. Since the rescue launched in 2010, it has saved and found homes for over 2,700 animals.

Greenmore plans to break ground on construction of the indoor adoption center in mid-November and will continue efforts to raise money through this matching funds Capital Campaign until the end of the year.

According to Greenmore Farm Director Julia Altman, “Our adoptions have been held outside, sometimes in inclement weather. The adoption center will provide a safe, calm environment for potential adopters to meet their new four-legged family member. We are enormously grateful to our anonymous donor and thrilled to be breaking ground on this much-needed new adoption center.”

Donations can be made to Greenmore Farm on the organization’s website, As part of this campaign, the rescue has included a special way to donate: participating in the Buy-A-Brick program, which memorializes a favorite pet or family member by including an inscribed brick as part of the construction on the new adoption center. To learn more about the rescue, please visit the website and Greenmore's Facebook page

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