"Save Our Wild Horses" Donations
Rescued wild horses at the Wild Horse Preservation Society, Laramie, WY.
All images on this page used courtesy of Wild Horse Preservation Society.
Our wild horse populations are under attack. How can we who want to protect them help?
Education is one. Spread the word. Fight the stereotypes that wild horses are intruders on our public lands and destroy the native fauna and flora. Be a voice for the horses. Share my published articles on our wild horses (find them here) or buy a sticker to make the public aware that help is desperately needed (find the sticker here).
Money is another one. There are several good organizations out there who are fighting for our wild horses. Some do it by lobbying our politicians. Others fight court battles. Others still have their boots on the ground and either take care of wild horses while they are in the wild or adopt wild horses who have suffered a BLM round-up in order to provide them with a meaningful life.
In December 2021, after actively selling my new "save our wild horses" stickers, I am happy to report that thanks to all of you, a check of $1,200 was given to the Wild Horse Preservation Society based in Laramie, Wyoming.
Who is the Wild Horse Preservation Society?
A 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization and fully 100% supported by volunteers, administration costs are extremely limited which means the money will directly benefit and impact the wild horses.
They maintain a herd of approximately 300 BLM mustangs and rescues on private land (22,000 acres) near Laramie, Wyoming. Throughout the year, they require donations to purchase:
As our donation was made in December, it will go to purchasing hay for winter feeding. $1,200 will feed about 6 wild horses daily during the three coldest winter months!
If you want to support our wild horses in 2022, please click here to buy available products and to see the current dollar amount to be donated at the end of 2022.
As always, thank you very much for your support and let's keep up the good fight!