We are actively partnering with both Deaf and hearing community and university programs, services, and organizations in order to strengthen our support base and to find measurable ways to ensure that our efforts are beneficial not only to our farm, but to people and networks locally and nationally.

What our local Deaf community is saying about F3
Footage from the Georgia ASL Festival, October 2016

Five Freedoms Farm in the news!

Online story in our home town: Loganville Local

Story in our home county magazine: Walton Living Magazine

And have a look at some older news coverage of us and the work we do to save dogs in need (when the name of our organization was Bliss Animal Haven)!

Toby’s Story on Fox 5 News

Rabbit’s Story in the Huffington Post

Red’s Story

Story in the Loganville Patch, April 2012

Story in the Loganville Patch, March 2012

We aim to use our animal sanctuary to increase Deaf Community Cultural Wealth by leveraging the social, aspirational, navigational, linguistic, familial, and resistant capital of Deaf children and adults.