Marshfield Farm For Sick Kids Seeks Support During Pandemic

MARSHFIELD, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — For more than 20 years, Magical Moon Farm in Marshfield has been a place where a kid can just be a kid, even as they battle a life-threatening illness.

Sick children have been able to enjoy the instant medicine of Magical Moon Farm since 1999. They're welcome to wander the five acres of farm land, take in views of the Atlantic, and frolic among the farm's many gardens and animals.

But recently, finances have been a problem for the non-profit, with a lack of support during the pandemic. Founder Donna Green said on a GoFundMe page that without the money fast, Magical Moon Farm will have to close.

They have already raised about $25,000, with a goal to raise $112,000 and a larger objective of continued support for sick children and their families. The public can also donate to the non-profit by clicking here.

WBZ NewsRadio's Chris Fama reports:

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(Photo: Magical Moon Farm/Donna Green)

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