Return to Freedom relies on the generosity of its donors to help us care for our wild horses and burros, offer educational programs, and preserve some of the most threatened genetic strains. Though one person cannot do it all, if everyone does a little, together, we can make a real difference in the lives of wild horses and burros.
Make a Donation
The simplest way to help support Return to Freedom Wild Horse Sanctuary is to make a general donation. Your gift will be used in whatever way it is most needed at the time that you give. We are proud to have achieved a 4 Star rating from Charity Navigator, your assurance that your donation is being used wisely.
You may want your gift to go to a specific purpose, like purchasing hay for one of our rescued horses or burros. Sponsoring a horse is a great way to have a connection with one of our animals at the sanctuary. We will send you a certificate with a photo and description of a horse or burro that your monthly contribution helps us to feed and care for. Sponsorships also make really meaningful gifts!
Monthly giving helps Return to Freedom by letting us know we can count on a certain amount of income each month. Having that security lets us spend more time saving horses and less time fundraising! Maybe the monthly horse sponsorship is not in your budget right now. Or maybe you would like to give more each month than a sponsorship. In either case, the sustaining membership program would be for you. Your monthly gift provides the monthly income and security we need to operate our 300-acre wild horse sanctuary.
Are you in the mood to shop? You can visit our gift shop and find something great for yourself or someone else, or you can visit our wish list and purchase a gift for us! Either way you’ll be supporting Return to Freedom in your shopping.
Change begins with education. The American public needs to know what is happening on our public lands in the west. They need to know that wild horses are are being removed from the wild by the thousands and that this beloved icon of freedom is rapidly disappearing. Visit our campaign website to learn more about the wild horse issue and to download information that will help you spread the word about America’s wild horses.