INSPIRING COMPASSION BY SHARING INFORMATION TO CREATE A KINDER WORLD FOR PEOPLE, ANIMALS, AND THE PLANET.

EPIC Outreach teaches kindness through humane education outreach by visiting the classroom in schools, after school programs, Girl Scout Troops, summer camps, and more.

EPIC Outreach believes in building the human animal bond through direct encounters with people and animals through humane education outreach. By bringing pets into the classroom or having people visit the Education Farm Sanctuary kids and adults are able to connect directly with animals they might not ever have a chance to meet like Pumpkin the Guinea Pig, Oliver the Pig, or a few of the Equine Friends at One EPIC Farm.

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click below to get a copy of one of the books or to help us sponsor the purchase of books for a classroom

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click below to get a copy of one of the books or to help us sponsor the purchase of books for a classroom

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One EPIC Farm started in 2019…

with an adopted horse, a foster horse, a stray pig named Oliver, and a few rescued chickens. Today there are over 30 animals planting seeds for compassion by sharing their rescued stories! Watch the video, and then click the link to learn how you can help make a difference for more farm animals and come for a visit!

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WHAT OUR VISITORS ARE SAYING…

“We at the Maryland SPCA really enjoy using Chance – Wings of Hope in our Humane Education program, Wagging Tales. It is such a wonderful story!”

Amber Guthrie
, Humane Education Manager

“We read Winnie’s Story today! Puppy and pet tied in perfectly to the letter P this week. It was so fun to talk to the kids about how our dog Callie is a rescue too, and that we should be compassionate to all animals.”

Friend of the Farm, Recipient of the Children’s Books

“Oliver’s Big Problem is Lexi’s preferred reading in her 20 minute independent reading for school.”

Rebekah, Lexi’s Mom, Jacksonville, FL

“My son said that after we dropped them (2 grandkids) off at home, after the farm visit, that is all they talked about for the rest of the evening. When we moved from Texas in 2016 we brought our 3 dogs with us.  Whenever they came to visit we had to put the dogs outside and Ayla would not spend the night only her brother. The week we came to see you was the first time she had agreed to sleep over and the kids slept over 2 nights in a row. I was not surprised by her reaction to the animals and her constantly saying she was scared. It is nice to see that she is making progress. Thanks again for the visit and I would not be surprised to make another visit in the future.”

Brian C, Jacksonville, FL Visitor