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Egg Farm Owner Donates Day's Proceeds to Hospice of the Piedmont

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Jolly Folly Farm donated 100 percent of its profits on Nov. 28 Jolly Folly Farm donated 100 percent of its profits on Nov. 28
The farm's owner says the hospice center is special to her The farm's owner says the hospice center is special to her
The farm is home to hens, geese, and rescued animals The farm is home to hens, geese, and rescued animals
All the animals are fed organically on the farm All the animals are fed organically on the farm
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) -

An egg farm in Earlysville is donating 100 percent of its proceeds on Wednesday, November 28, to Hospice of the Piedmont.

Jolly Folly Farm is a no-kill farm that’s home to hens, geese, and rescued animals.

All are fed organically, and eggs are sold and delivered to homes and businesses across Albemarle County.

Owner Kathleen Muhlbauer decided to donate this week's proceeds to Hospice of the Piedmont because it holds a special place in her heart.

“We were the benefactors of hospice in caring for my mom who passed away a couple weeks ago,” Muhlbauer said. "They're a nonprofit. They help everyone and they're really a model of, you know, what can happen in homes and communities when people are able to care for people at home."

Muhlbauer is also matching all the sales made on Wednesday.