KAREfarm is a non-profit seeking to meet you 'where you are' on your grief journey by providing a beautiful outdoor respite free from the demands of your 'new normal.' Whether you have suffered the devastating loss of a loved one or are battling a life-threatening illness (or caring for someone who is), we want to treat you and/or your family. Stay the night in a comfortably decorated 'glamp,' hike a multitude of trails, fish or paddleboat on the lake and enjoy a night around a community or personal fire pit - at no charge.
KAREfarm is situated on 97 rolling acres in Robertson County KY, about 55 minutes from both Cincinnati OH and Lexington KY.
Online booking will be available in Spring 2020.
Nick was 34, and a decorated combat veteran (Army infantry) who fought in Afghanistan. He recently graduated with a 4.0 from the University of TX/El Paso and was planning to move home next summer to get his Masters degree. Nick had a magnetic personality, he did not know a stranger. He was 100% disabled, suffering with PTSD. He passed away on Aug 24 2019.
KAREfarm.org has one simple goal. To create a space where individuals can connect in community and families can reconnect through bereavement or illness in a peaceful and caring environment at no cost. KAREfarm is hosted at White Tail Ridge Farm, located in Robertson County, Kentucky, only a 50 minute drive from both Cincinnati and Lexington. What is universal to each individual journey is the need of space and support. Nick is seen in this image teaching two children grieving the loss of their sister how to fish for the first time at the farm. Creating a space dedicated in Nick’s memory will serve others is the way his family would like to honor the essence of his giving nature.