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Chava Farms is a non-profit organization dedicated to offering a variety of therapeutic programs, specialty camps and activities that inspire healthier lifestyles and deeper Jewish connections.

Our programs incorporate equine therapy, animal-assisted learning, regenerative farming, sustainable living, and learning to create a unique and enriching experience for all ages.

By donating to Chava Farms, you help build and continue to provide highly impactful programs to people of all abilities in our community.

Therapy that changes lives

Your donation will make an incredible difference in the lives of children and people of all abilities. The impact of our animal-assisted therapeutic programs is profound for children, young adults and whole families. To experience what we do in person, we invite you to visit us at the farm. We'd love to see you!


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Donations c/o Chava Farms

41 North Meadow Crescent

Thornhill, Ontario L4J 3C4

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Join our Volunteer team

We are always looking for passionate individuals of all ages and abilities to join our community and help us achieve our mission. Whether you are interested in working with animals, helping support farming practices, creating social media or supporting activities at camp, we have a place for you. Click the button and let us know how you can help.

Sponsor a friend

Sponsor a Camper, a group or a program

Every child deserves the chance to experience the magic of camp. By becoming a sponsor you can make a meaningful impact in a child's life. Your donation will cover the cost of a camper's tuition, allowing them to participate in our transformative programs. Ask us about how you can sponsor campers today.


My son really developed when he attended camp with horses last summer.

He became more sensitive, and really enjoyed looking after the horses.

Spending time with horses clearly calmed him down, and allowed him to

develop both physically and emotionally.

Working with animals can be beneficial for many children, as it can teach respect for Hashem’s creations, and allow the child to reach his highest potential.

Titiana Liansky

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