There are many ways to partner with us to fund our programs. Your generosity ensures second chances to horses and kids. We need your support to continue this life changing work. We are so thankful for you!!! Also as a 501(c)(3) non-profit we can give donation receipts for most donations!
General donations are always welcome and will be used to feed and care for our horses, support our youth programs, and improve our property. Donate Today!!
Upcoming Fundraiser events 2016
December 2016: Christmas wreath sale. Our wreath fundraiser was a huge success in 2015. We look forward to adding an artificial option this year to purchase a beautiful wreath that will last for years.
Wreath Cover Calendar Design
Rope cover calendar design
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more pictures and to order your 2016 calendar. Two designs to choose (please specify Rope cover or Wreath cover) from, both calendars feature photos of our rescued horses and kiddos from our programs. They make a wonderful gift for you or the horse lover in your life and support a wonderful organization. An 8×10 hanging wall calendar is $30 (not including s&h) and we will ship your order direct to your door.
Would you consider sponsoring a scholarship?
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We have wonderful farriers who are patient with our funding limitations, we need supporters to donate so we can keep our horses feet in great shape.
Our herd is exceptionally healthy and resilient, but every horse owner knows that horses are amazing at getting into trouble! Our vet team monitors the health of our horses and we are pretty handy at doctoring small wounds and treating minor ailments. When a true need arises our team bands together behind our compassionate Veterinarian. Whether it is a horse getting bit on the nose by a rattler (TR in 2013), a colic (DBD 2012) or a hoof abscess (Ruby in 2012) we take round the clock shifts to watch, pray, and administer medicine as the vet instructs us. Your donation for vet care would be used to cover shots, routine care, and build our emergency fund.