Help us protect bonded herds for generations to come. Sponsor an Acre!
Return to Freedom Wild Horse Sanctuary is nearing maximum capacity with its current land base of 320 acres. In order to save more horses, we need more land.
Return to Freedom recognizes wild free ranging horses as a valuable part of the ecosystem. By protecting these free-ranging, sentient animals we also protect and preserve the open spaces in which they flourish. For the past five years Return To Freedom has developed a management plan and is now ready to provide sanctuary for over a thousand horses in the first conservancy of its kind.
The Wild Horse Land Trust has been developed to assure that funds and donations are earmarked exclusively for this expansion effort. Our expansion will include a permanent National Conservancy where bonded herds can live safely and undisturbed for generations to come. The additional land base will also allow for an Equid Educational Center.
With new mandates from the Bureau of Land Management to remove approximately 26,000 wild horses from public lands, we urgently need your support.
Here’s How You Can Help
Support our “Sponsor an Acre” campaign. A donation of $750 will provide fencing and other required maintenance for 1 acre of these horses’ new home.
Donors will have their name added to our “Sponsor an Acre” plaque that will be mounted as a permanent monument at the land trust. This donation makes a meaningful gift for birthdays, anniversaries, or for any horse lover-on any occasion. And your donation is tax deductible.
How to Sponsor an Acre
To sponsor an acre in The Wild Horse Land Trust, first download and print our Sponsor an Acre Form then, fill in the required information.
Once you’ve completed the form, you can:
Include you credit card information (Visa or MasterCard) and fax it to us at 805-800-0868, or
Mail the form with your donation (check or money order payable in U.S. funds) to:
Return to Freedom
P.O. Box 926
Lompoc, CA 93438
On behalf of the horses who will be returned to freedom through the Wild Horse Land Trust, we thank you for your support.