FAQs

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Let’s get all of your questions about our sponsorship answered.

Can an animal have multiple sponsors?
Yes! Our animals cohabitate, therefore resources are being shared. Sponsorship truly supports all of our animals, as it would be impossible to separate feed and other resources amongst the hens, for example.
Can I sponsor more than one animal?
By all means, the more the merrier! Simply start a subscription payment for each animal that you’d like to sponsor.

Or if you prefer to make a single amount subscription to support all of the residents here at CHF, please use our general Donation option here.

All support, small and large, makes a difference, and we are truly grateful!

Can I name the animal that I sponsor?
Unfortunately not. Most of our animals come to the farm with names already determined. We wouldn’t want to cause confusion to the animals, our team, or our amazing following by switching up the names of any of our animals. Medical records would also prevent this. We also feel that each name already given has added a bit of character to each animal 🙂
What happens if an animal I’m sponsoring dies?
Our residents come to us in all sorts of conditions we wish we could’ve prevented. Because of the horrific things these beautiful creatures have endured, medical issues do arise that may take them from us unexpectedly. If your animal dies, we will contact you with the following options:

1) You can transfer your sponsorship to a different animal.

2) You can discontinue your sponsorship.

All unused sponsorship funds paid out prior to the discontinuation of sponsorship will go toward the care of the rest of our animals.

Can I pay my sponsorship by check?
If you wish to sponsor an animal by check, you may mail your check to:

Changing Hearts Farm
306 College Farm Rd
Shelby, NC 28152

We ask that if you choose to pay for a sponsorship by check, that you please pay for the whole year upfront. Please include the name of the animal you are sponsoring on the memo line of the check, and provide a return address on the envelope so that we know where to send the thank you package.