our
story

intro

My passion for kindness.

From the beginning I strived to create a solid foundation. First and foremost, to be a model of kindness to people, not just animals. To learn and maintain the highest standard of animal care, to learn from others, and to collaborate with social agencies and animal welfare groups.

07/08

Incorporated as Semiahmoo Animal League.

09/11

Began our first Children’s Program at a horse stable in Fort Langley.

05/12

Rescued our first farm animal—Badger the horse.

09/12

Hosted our first Black Tails & Boots Fundraising Gala.

11/14

Signed on a lease on a 4-acre property in South Surrey.

Moved our two horses to their new home. They had access to the front and centre yards while we worked to fix the fencing and clean the fields for them.

05/15

Telus Community volunteers painted our barn red.

07/17

Developed our first therapeutic farm program for teens.

09/17

Hosted our first wedding at the farm and our 6th Annual Black Tails & Boots Gala.

03/18

Our first birth at the farm.

Clover was born on March 28th

07/18

We celebrated our 10th Anniversary!

We have helped over 200 children, given a forever home to over 30 animals and have over 100 volunteers!

03/19

SALI becomes Kindred Community Farm Sanctuary.

mission

Our mission is to nurture, honour and protect the human/animal bond.

Our goal is for people to improve the lives of animals and for animals to improve the lives of people.

Our vision is to create a humane and compassionate environment where people, animals and nature come together to improve the emotional and physical well-being of all members of our community.