We provide a farm setting which offers a safe, peaceful, and loving environment for children and adults with developmental disabilities. Together with our farm animals, our programming and vocational training, our goals are to provide opportunities for discovery and learning.

We are a non-profit, organization and depend greatly on the community for support. Please join us and help us make a difference!

What has been accomplished thus far, would not have been possible without the generous and continued support of our friends and community. Thank you!


Going to Bat For Dannys

September 15, 2014



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Today, Jim Gott, former MLB pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers announced that he and his MLB friends (both past and present players) will be “Going to Bat for Danny’s Farm” on Sunday, October 19 at the Sports Museum of Los Angeles.

Inspired by his son, Danny, Danny’s Farm is a nonprofit organization that benefits children and adults with developmental disabilities. With the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) announcement that 1 in 68 children are now being diagnosed as having an Autism Spectrum Disorder, Autism is no longer just a family concern, it a community concern, which is why programs like Danny’s Farm are in high demand and community support is needed.

“This is truly going to be a great event and I’d like to invite the community to join us for a great afternoon that supports a cause that is close to my heart,” said Jim Gott. “And I’d like to extend a special ‘thank you’ to Gary Cypress, owner of the museum, for opening this amazing venue to us.”

The Sports Museum of Los Angeles is an extraordinary private museum that is open by invitation only. It houses the largest sports memorabilia collection in the United States and has over 30 galleries dedicated to many prominent sports figures and teams. This privately owned collection showcases a multitude of sports ranging from baseball, basketball, football, tennis, boxing, horse racing, cycling, golf and swimming.

Honoring Bank of America’s Tiziana Cordisco as “Farmer of the Year”, this fundraising event is scheduled for Sunday, October 19 with a VIP Reception beginning at 2:00 p.m. and general admission running from 3:00-6:00 p.m. All proceeds will benefit Danny’s Farm and allow it to continue to provide employment opportunities for adults with autism and scholarships for children on the autism spectrum whose families cannot afford to enroll their child in the Danny’s Farm program.


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For more information or to purchase tickets, contact rsouthard@almansor.org or visit www.eventbrite.com and search “Going to Bat for Danny’s Farm.”




Petting Zoo at Cal Poly Closures

June 2, 2014

The Petting Zoo At Cal Poly will be closed on the following Saturdays:

(This list is updated regularly)

September 13

October 04

November 01

The last petting Zoo at Cal Poly will be November 8th.  It will close until Spring 2015….stay tuned for Opening Day 2015!

 the Mobile Petting Zoo will still be available for outside events.  Go to our Mobile Petting Zoo page on this website for prices and details

Call 909 896 7741 for reservations.

No Danny’s Farm Petting Zoo at Cal Poly Pomona Sat June 7th, 2014

May 12, 2014

Summer Break at Danny’s Farm Held At Almansor Academy in South Pasadena

April 9, 2014

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Opening Day at Cal Poly Pomona postponed

February 28, 2014

Opening Day of Petting Zoo Postponed to Sat March 15th due to expected rain ….stay tuned for details