Heal Animal Rescue, a non-profit, no-kill animal adoption center and farm animal sanctuary in Youngtown, PA has started a children’s program to encourage them to meet and learn about farm animals rescued from lack of care and even slaughter.  The program called “Jam(mies) at the Farm” debuted in September. Children were encouraged to wear PJ’s for the evening’s events – as cows and pigs, chickens and sheep got ready for bed. The Tortorella Family Foundation was pleased to help support the Jam(mies) program and Heal Animal Rescue’s children’s education efforts through a grant and a donation of their Humane Education materials. To learn more about the Foundation’s programs and free materials like bookmarks, puzzles and coloring books, please visit us online at “‘Do Bugs Have Belly Buttons”

Meeting an animal one-on-one is a wonderful way to teach the importance of kindness.

Kids visit farm animals at Heal Animal Rescue

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