The Hope & Serenity Farm Sanctuary is a private nonprofit organization and working farm in Nokesville, VA. The Farm Sanctuary was founded in 2017 by Renee Small in order to shelter neglected, abused and abandoned animals. Her interest in demonstrating the beneficial interactions between people and animals influenced her decision to open the farm to the public that same year. The Hope & Serenity Farm Sanctuary is open for visits and tours on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11 am to 1 pm. The Farm Sanctuary remains open and welcomes limited visits during the current COVID pandemic. Up to three individuals, groups or families are permitted to visit each day that the Farm Sanctuary is open. All recommended safety protocols are followed. A two-hour visit, which includes a guided tour and supervised interaction with animals, is $20 per individual, family or group (up to five individuals). Visits and tours are complimentary for veterans and active-duty military. First-time 30-minute volunteer training sessions are offered on the 1st and 15th of every month for $20 per volunteer. Repeat volunteer sessions are complimentary. Volunteer activities include feeding animals, changing water pails and mucking stalls. The Farm Sanctuary site is also offered for children’s birthday parties. To make arrangements for a visit, volunteer session or birthday party please visit the Farm Sanctuary web site.