As you know, there will be a catch. There's always a catch!
Excuse me while I have a long-winded explanation.
I volunteer at a non-profit Equine Rescue for abused, neglected, and unwanted equines, and we survive solely on volunteers, sponsors and donations. It seems in the winter however, no one realizes how much more care horses, donkeys, and minis need. This week we started running low on special feed for a few of our special needs horses, such as the one for Mr G, our horse with no teeth and stomach ulcers, arthritis powder we sprinkle on Bucks food, and senior feed for our senior members. We are also in the process of building four more shelters on two properties, all with donated materials, which we don't have enough of.
What I'm asking is, if you can't help out financially (which I'm not
asking you to do) is to make a journal about the rescue and share the links to our GoFundMe, Facebook, and Twitter accounts. And fave this journal so more people see it.
When you've done this, show me so in the comments! I'll be randomly selecting a winner.The LinksThe Twitter Page!
The Facebook Page!
The GoFundMe Page!
From the GoFundMe page:It all started with a neglected horse on May 1, 2012. From there, it blossomed in to a two-person run equine rescue, managing three properties with rescued, abused, neglected, or unwanted horses, mini horses, and donkeys, plus a goat, along with their full-time jobs.Volunteers were recruited to help with feeding the nearly 30 equines, mucking, grooming, ground work, and food if they could afford it. Sponsors and Donations come and go, people buy feed and hay, or donate building materials, but at the moment it's not enough as we are running out of feed.We do not have anything fancy here. Everything was built with what we could find, what we could afford, and what was donated. The animals are well fed, well cared for, happy, and healthy. They don't care how it looks, just that we take good care of them. We recently lost one of our properties with riding trails.In short, we are a non-profit corportation located in Clayton, NC. We are dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of equines, as well as the training and education of people in the their care and upkeep. We never intended to be a rescue, but here we are, a 501c3 Non-Profit Equine Rescue.We are in the middle of constructing four new shelters for the horses from donated materials, but we don't have enough. We have so many repairs to be made and food to be bought as we go through so many bags of specialty feeds for the special needs of horses, along with 900 lbs bailed hay. Anything helps, and we can really use whatever you can find in your heart to give to help us care for these animals so they can be united with their forever loving homes.
I know that this might come off as a little spammy, but we really need the help and anything is appreciated.
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