How to Help


As a 501(c)3 organization, New Moon Farm receives no state or federal funding. Our work is supported solely by individual donors like you. And every little bit helps. It costs approximately $25 a month to provide the basic care of hay, grain, bedding, vaccinations, deworming, and hoof care for one goat. For goats who come to us with injuries or health problems that require veterinary care, the cost increases significantly. Add to that cost of maintaining the facilities, property taxes, and insurance. As a nonprofit, New Moon Farm relies on the tax-deductible monetary and in-kind donations of our supporters for everything. From deworming medications to hoof trimmers, from treats to blankets, from manure rakes to wheelbarrows, we simply cannot do the work that we do without your help. Please consider making a tax-deductible monetary or in-kind donation today.

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Sponsor a Goat

By sponsoring a New Moon Farm goat, you’ll know that you are giving the gift of a second chance to an animal in need. A sponsorship of $25 provides feed and proper veterinary care for one rescued goat for approximately one month. There are typically 40-70 goats living at the rescue at any given time.

Your gift will help to ensure that they all have everything that they need to thrive. With your sponsorship, we’ll email you a downloadable and printable gift card featuring a photo of your sponsored goat, and their story. If you do not use PayPal, a check can be sent to the rescue directly.

Sponsor an animal from the sanctuary herd. 

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Employer Matching Programs

Double your donation! Many large and small businesses across the United States have corporate matching programs that will match, dollar-for-dollar, any contributions you make to New Moon Farm. For example, we are currently listed with the giving programs at Boeing, Microsoft, and the Washington State Combined Fund Drive. Ask your employer’s HR representative for information on their matching program, or have them contact us at:

Wish List

Love to shop? The next time you find yourself at the feed store, throw one or two items from our wish list in your cart. It’s quick, easy, and makes a huge difference.

We are always happy to accept the following items:

  • horse treats, all brands
  • clean, dry grass hay
  • goat feed
  • salt blocks
  • collars
  • lead ropes
  • dog , mini and foal sized blankets
  • goat dewormers and delousers
  • hay racks, buckets and tubs
  • gift certificates to tack stores, feed stores and hardware stores

Online Partners

You can easily register with Amazon Smile and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your purchases to New Moon Farm!

Shop at Fred Meyer? Link your Fred Meyers Rewards Card with New Moon Farm and they will donate a portion of the proceeds to the goats.

By registering with or, a portion of each purchase you make online is donated to New Moon Farm. From iTunes to Amazon, Jeffers Pet to REI, all of your favorite retailers are at your fingertips. You donate by shopping. It just doesn’t get any easier than that!

Write a review of New Moon Farm at Great Nonprofits or Guidestar. These sites offer potential donors a place to learn about organizations that they are interested in giving to. Every positive review we receive tells potential donors that we’re a nonprofit they can trust.

Join us on Facebook and encourage your friends and family to do the same. It’s a great place to find out what’s happening at NMF, and see pictures of our adorable kids. Connect with other goat lovers who share a passion for our work.

Planned Giving

Including New Moon Farm in your will insures that the organization will continue to receive your vital support after you pass on. Directing that your entire interest in certain monies or property be transferred to a designated trust or non-profit corporation makes your estate eligible for a charitable deduction for the full fair-market value of the gift. Please see your estate planner for more information, or contact us at

Learn more about volunteering

Learn more about sponsoring a goat