Beneficiaries

 

As of April 2024, One to Save Many has partnered with the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS) to help us identify animal sanctuaries with the highest standards in animal care, ethics, and operational principles. GFAS is a Non-Profit organization that is the only animal sanctuary accreditation program serving animals worldwide. One to Save Many will give preferred consideration to GFAS-Certified sanctuaries in an effort to ensure every dollar is maximized.

 

 

Past Beneficiaries:

  • Barn Sanctuary Barn Sanctuary rescues farmed animals and inspires people to embrace a plant-based lifestyle.  We envision a world in which farmed animals are seen as individuals who are treated with compassion and where plant-based, sustainable alternatives replace the use of animals for food and products...
  • Farm Sanctuary Farm Sanctuary was founded in 1986 to combat the abuses of factory farming, advocate for institutional reforms, and encourage a new awareness and understanding of farm animals and the benefits of plant-based living. In recent years, science has confirmed the inhumane and destructive impact of animal agriculture — a food system based on interrelated oppression and injustice...
  • Critter Creek Critter Creek Farm Sanctuary is a 501(c)3 non-profit that was founded in 2016 by Erin Amerman and Chris Amerman. Our driving mission is to promote compassion for farm animals through rescue and education. Another core part of our mission is to support other farm sanctuaries--we believe strongly that we are all in this together for the animals. CCFS has two facilities...

  • Karma Farm Sanctuary: Karma Farm Sanctuary is an animal sanctuary and rescue that is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity in the state of Florida in the United States founded by Alex and Kelly Walch.  Their mission is to help animals in need regardless of species.  As of January 2024, they have around 30 rescues here that call Karma Farm Sanctuary their forever home. They also facilitate many rescues around the Southeastern United States with other animal rescue organizations and network...

  • VegMichigan VegMichigan believes everyone should have access to opportunities that will teach them how to improve their health, eat in alignment with their values, and lessen their environmental impact. Our educational programs provide communities around the state with the knowledge, resources, and support necessary for those new to eating plant-based, as well as those looking to increase their advocacy efforts...

  • Southgate Sanctuary: Southgate Sanctuary has been rescuing animals since 2020 & became an official nonprofit in 2022. We are passionate about anti-oppression and liberation for all beings in this world but focus mainly on providing long-term sanctuary to abused, neglected, abandoned and unwanted farm animals. We are dedicated to spreading awareness to our local and surrounding communities about the inhumane treatment and injustices that most farm animals experience...

  • Saving Animals & Healing Hearts Saving Animals & Healing Hearts is a non profit organization dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of abused and neglected animals. We want to spread our message of hope and compassion. We believe that a single action can make a difference in the community, and that collective action can greatly impact the world. Through advocacy and outreach activities, our team works tirelessly each day to contribute their part to the greater good...

  • IAPF.org Our organization works tirelessly to give those who live among these precious creatures the means to keep them safe. The training we provide women has led to more than 8.5 million acres of wilderness being protected. Our conservation and community work has contributed to a more than 399% increase in the levels of wildlife in studied areas, but we know this is only the beginning...

  • Odd Man Inn Animal Refuge Odd Man Inn Animal Refuge is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit farmed animal sanctuary situated on the Cumberland Plateau of Eastern Middle Tennessee. Odd Man Inn is powered by a small team of talented humans dedicated to the cause of animal rights and welfare. A great majority of the work here is volunteer-based, and it is always focused on improving the lives of our Sanctuary Babes. While physical “rescue” is an important part of the equation, lifelong “Sanctuary Care” is an essential part of what we do...

  • Chicagoland Pig Rescue Our mission is to provide a lifeline to both large and small breed pigs throughout the midwest. Our primary work is boots-on-the-ground rescue. We pull pigs from all sorts of abuse and neglect situations. We then transport them, provide them with vet care, and find them new forever homes. While we do not currently have acreage, we do have foster accommodations for pigs who need a safe place to land while we are coordinating their new forever home...

  • Viva Rescue: An animal sanctuary nestled in Menifee, CA. Our dedicated team is on a mission to provide unwavering care to farm animals, and equines that have suffered from abuse, neglect, and extreme medical conditions. We strive to foster a world infused with compassion, where every animal receives the sanctuary and love they deserve...

  • Sisu Refuge On September 14th, 2018 - Hurricane Florence made landfall on the east coast of the United States. Florence brought with her torrential rain, deadly, catastrophic flooding, high velocity winds, and a memory for many, of nightmarish proportions. With people fleeing the coast, millions of animals were left to fend for themselves, many of whom spent their last moments in fear as they drowned in contaminated floodwater. In the aftermath of the storm, as floodwaters receded, groups of factory farmed hogs from surrounding CAFOs began emerging from the forests and wetlands...

  • Road to Refuge: Road to Refuge is committed to removing animals from toxic and/or desperate situations as well as saving animals from slaughter... 

  • Shelter Farm Sanctuary Shelter Farm Sanctuary Corp was founded on April 8, 2019. It is a woman-run organization. It is my home, and my son’s home, and the forever home to nearly 85 animals. For years, I had fostered and rescued dogs; I was the sort of child who would bring home any stray animal under the sun. Growing up in rural Ohio, I witnessed the culture of small farms and programs meant to indoctrinate young children in the normalized exploitation of animals...