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PayPal Giving Fund Charity

We are a member of the PayPal giving fund for approved charities. Please select us as your charity of choice at the following:

Humble Bundle

Customers buying games or eBooks through the Humble Bundle digital platform can choose to support our charity with every order.
Learn about Humble Bundle and charities

eBay for Charity

eBay customers can support our charity by adding a donation when they buy an item, or donating a percentage when they sell an item.
Explore eBay for Charity


GoFundMe is a crowdfunding platform that lets your supporters create their own unique fundraising campaigns to support your charity.
Visit Our GoFundMe Page

Learn about GoFundMe fundraising


Sell For Good gives neighbors the ability to support local charities, by simply buying and selling items on Nextdoor’s For Sale and Free. An easy way for Nextdoor members to revitalize their neighborhood by giving back to support a local cause.
Learn more about Sell For Good.


Deed helps companies harness the passion of their employees and customers to take a stand, sharing values, and making a lasting impact in their community.
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Feed the Animals

If you are local and have some leftover fruits and vegetables that are still in good condition to donate, our sanctuary pigs would love you forever.


We verified our 501c3 status with Facebook & Instagram, which means you can set up a fundraiser on our behalf. Follow the steps to get started.


Help provide protection, care, and love

Volunteers at Lotsa Heart Animal Sanctuary look after the animals and provide what they need most: personal attention, hands-on care and love. Thank you for your interest in helping provide the best environment for our animals!

Volunteering FAQ

  • Mucking/cleaning (animal living areas, feed bowls, water tanks, etc..)
  • Providing the animals with enrichment (grooming, petting, playing, training, exercising)
  • Preparing and serving food (grain, hay, straw, vitamins, snacks and treats, etc…)
  • Doing upkeep on the grounds and buildings (pasture maintenance, weeding, painting, building shelters, doing maintenance projects/repairs, etc.)
  • We would also love to talk to volunteers interested in helping on the business side (creating social media content, grant writing, events, etc…)
  • Animal Dander
  • Hay/Straw
  • Sawdust
  • Pollen/indigenous foliage

We currently are home to potbelly pigs, donkeys, mules, and cats. You are not obligated to care or interact with any animals you are not comfortable with, but all our animals are friendly and we’re happy to teach you how to interact safely with each one, even if you’ve never had experience with them.

Occasionally, local creatures like turtles, toads, lizards, mice may wander our way. In addition, while we try to protect the area from harmful insects, you are still likely to encounter the usual bugs you would expect on a farm (flies, spiders, bees/wasps, fire ants, worms).

For the safety of our volunteers and animals, we require that all volunteers be at least 16 years of age to volunteer. We hope to offer special programs and other ways for young people to get involved in the future.

Volunteer shifts can be between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m every day of the week. All volunteer shifts range from 2 to 4 hours long, but we can be flexible to fit your schedule.

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