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SOWA GOAT SANCTUARY FUNDRAISER

Special needs farm animals need your help! A portion of proceeds from each purchase will go directly to support the SOWA Goat Sanctuary to build a special needs facility. 
Order by Friday, June 26th 

SOWA Goat Sanctuary, a 501c3 nonprofit located in Harvard, MA is the very first rescue and rehabilitation facility in Massachusetts dedicated specifically to special needs farm animals. We provide lifelong holistic care to abused, neglected, and special needs farm animals. We are raising funds to build a special needs facility. This 30 x 40 foot facility will include stalls designed to fit the unique needs of animals with a wide range of disabilities as well as a large indoor exercise area where they can have time in their wheelchairs and do their physical therapy sessions even in inclement weather, which we have a lot of here in New England! We are building this in honor of Nemo. In May of 2023, a tiny goat named Nemo arrived at our sanctuary and completely changed our lives. He was born with deformities of his front legs and required 24/7 around-the-clock care. When he passed away at just 5 months old our hearts were completely shattered. As we processed our grief, we began rescuing other special needs goats in his honor and have welcomed 5 additional special needs goats to the sanctuary. This facility will be built in Nemo's honor and will help save so many more animals who would otherwise be euthanized or left to die.

A portion of proceeds from each Yummy Mummy purchase will go directly to support the SOWA Goat Sanctuary.

 

We are pleased to have partnered with Yummy Mummy Bakery for delicious baked items for pick up or shipping. You will fall in love with their yummy treats. Yummy Mummy Bakery, is a vibrant bustling woman-owned business that specializes in homemade, from-scratch brownies. Owner Melissa Roiter, a single mom of triplets, grew up surrounded by talented women entrepreneurs: her mother, now a yummy gran-mummy, was a caterer and her aunt, a chocolatier. Melissa’s grandmother Irene was an amazing at-home baker and the one behind the unique and decadent chocolate brownie recipe. Grandma Irene used to send her family-famous brownies to Melissa at college. She even has a letter that she wrote home to her grandmother asking her to “make those delicious brownies again - they are a great way to make friends!” Years later, Melissa knew that the delicious treats were destined to be shared and started her home based brownie business in 2007. Today, Melissa not only shares these same brownies with you but now has a retail bakery in Westborough, MA, a corporate gift giving business and a thriving mail order business. So go ahead and indulge – it’s worth it! You too will fall in love with her yummy treats.

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