Wishing Well Sanctuary

Description (Service) Wishing Well Sanctuary rescues farmed animals from neglect and abuse investigations. 
Public tours held periodically throughout the year for humane education classes or special events. 
Facility rentals for school groups, weddings and workshops: 2 spaces available 40 people, 150 people 
Volunteer program with training and supervision available at all times, to provide an opportunity for people to help with the daily operations of the sanctuary including: experience with administration * fundraising * marketing * construction help * event coordination * assist in feeding the animals and cleaning their stalls and paddocks
Service Details
Hours Only open to the public during prearranged and scheduled tours, call or visit the website for details.
Areas Served Durham Region ; Halton Region ; Peel Region ; Simcoe County ; Toronto ; York Region
Eligibility Volunteer: No restrictions * Students under 14 must be accompanied by an adult over 18 * Under 18 need a parent signature  
Tours: No restrictions
Application Public visits must be prearranged or during scheduled tours, call for details * volunteer application forms are available on website
Languages English
Fees Public tours: Tour fees - $20 per person or $60 for a family of four - Kids 3 and under are free
Address and Location
Located In Community Bradford
Address & Map
Line 10 Line
Bradford, ON L3Z 3L3
Intersection Yonge St and 10th Line
Physical Access Partially Accessible - access to animals, but there is not an accessible bathroom
Contact Information
Office Phone 905-775-9179
E-Mail wishingwellsanctuary@mail.com
Website www.wishingwellsanctuary.org/
Social Media Facebook Facebook: www.facebook.com/WishingWellSanctuary
Instagram Instagram: www.instagram.com/wishing_well_sanctuary/
Twitter Twitter: twitter.com/peaceforall_wws
YouTube YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ju09tU3cK28
Primary Contact Brenda Bronfman, Founder, Chief Wishing Officer
Volunteer Coordinator Email: volunteer@wishingwellsanctuary.org