Green Meadow Animal Sanctuary provides a safe haven, and the chance of a new life, for animals rescued from slaughter, abandonment or neglect. There are over 150 animals at the sanctuary, including sheep, goats, horses, cats, ducks, geese, chickens and rabbits.
JOIN OUR STREET TEAM
Green Meadow is setting up a new initiative to help raise funds for the sanctuary animals but also to promote the message of compassion and cruelty free living.
We are appealing for enthusiastic and willing volunteers to join the Green Meadow Street Team. The Street Team is going to be taking the message of compassionate living to the streets of Wolverhampton. We know there are a lot of people in Wolverhampton and surrounding areas that have a real passion for animals and we want to get those people together and do some positive work.
As a sanctuary that deals primarily with farm animals, we know the extreme cruelty, neglect and abuse that they can suffer as part of the industry for meat and animal products, but is sometimes hidden from the public. We want to get the stories of our rescued animals out there, we want to get the information about compassionate and cruelty free living to everyone so they have the ability to make informed choices.
We are looking for people aged 16 and upwards to join the Street Team. Our criteria is simply ‘love animals and want to make a difference’. Anyone interested can email firstname.lastname@example.org. To make a donation towards the sanctuary work you can use the paypal link on this website. Thank you x.
If you feel you would like to help the sanctuary by donating some useful items, then Green Meadow has a wishlist available to view HERE
Green Meadow is in financial crisis. Due to the loss of the main benefactor, the sanctuary has been relying on dwindling funds to feed and care for the animals. The funds have now run out and we need help to keep the sanctuary open. It costs £2500 per month for feed, bedding and vets bills for the animals, more if there are a lot of illnesses or unexpected veterinary problems. As most of the animals are elderly or have medical issues, there simply would not be anywhere for them to go if the sanctuary closed down, which would mean most of the animals would have to be destroyed.
We need to stop this from happening. We need your support, we need your donations, and we need to keep Green Meadow open. Please click here to find out how you can help
You can join our ‘Friends of Green Meadow Animal Sanctuary’ page on Facebook or follow us on Twitter by clinking the relevant links below.
You can set easysearch as your home page, or preferred search engine, and each time you perform an internet search, a donation will be made to Green Meadow Animal Sanctuary.
Green Meadow Animal Sanctuary’s Urgent Appeal was recently featured on BBC Midlands Today. You can watch the news item below,