FAQ

WHY?

Because we can! That’s a bold statement, but it’s true! Our desire and ability to give back to others through the successes had in business and in life by our founders has made the goal to help those who have been hit with devastating life circumstances a realistic and achievable endeavor.

WHO QUALIFIES?

Individuals or Families that have experienced a traumatic event and it caused a material financial hardship will qualify in renting a TLF properties.

DO YOU HAVE TO PAY RENT?

Yes! An amount of rent will be paid, but the amount will be determined on a case by case basis. Your rent payments help fund the Tattered Lives Farm mission by paying it forward to support individuals in similar traumatic situations to receive help.

HOW LONG CAN YOU STAY?

Leasing terms and lengths are done on a case by case basis.

DO FAMILIES GET TO USE THE FARM?

Yes, families that live in the Tattered Lives Farm neighborhood get to use the farm during normal business hours. If there are fees associated with an event, families get a discounted price for entrance or usage.

ARE THERE RULES FOR RENTING?

Yes, there will be strict rules that must be followed at all times, while you are renting a property associated with TLF. Example: Only the people named to the lease will be allowed to stay at the property. Other rules will be described in the lease and community association rules and regulations. All rules will be enforced strictly.

IS THERE AN AGE LIMIT?

Though trauma doesn’t recoginze age. TLF, state and federal laws do require renters be at least 18 years old.

CAN YOU WORK AT THE FARM TO HELP PAY YOUR RENT?

It is not in the TLF model, but anything is possible and can be subject to negotiation if there is extreme financial hardship at that time.

DO YOU PLAN ON BUILDING MORE TLF’S?

Oh yeah! If you have land you want to donate all or portion(s) of your property to our mission, contact us! We are looking to expand our mission to all 50 states.

HOW MANY ACRES DO YOU NEED?

Minimum of 100 acres-. A third of the total acreage will go to the farm and the remaining land will be used for construction developments that will provide homes to families in need of help and shelter.