Seeing a need for horse rescue, in this area, we formed our non-profit organization to provide protection for horses. We are in the beginning stages, but thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community, we expect to grow quickly!
Gary L. Britten Jr.
Founding Executive Director & President
Vice President / Treasurer
You can be a part of the rescue effort and make a difference in the life of a horse!
With this simple program, we ask that you donate $10.00 $25.00 $50.00 $100.00 (you choose the amount to fit into your budget) per month. Britten Farms Horse Rescue is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit. All funds donated are tax deductible and go for the care of the horses. The cost of caring for these noble animals is great. All rescues depend on the community for support and funding. A common misconception is that the government gives free funding to all rescues. This is not true.
With a monetary donation, You can help us give them safety, care, and love they have been waiting for. Would you be able to donate to help us rescue more horses from abuse and neglect. All donations are appreciated, no matter the size. Wondering what your donation can provide a horse? $50.00 provides 2 week of hay, $125.00 provides 1 month of grain, $180.00 provides 1 month of grain and hay, and $200.00 provides hay, grain, straw bedding and necessary supplies. The simple commitment to basically donate pocket change can change a horse's life forever.
Remember, any items donated are tax deductible.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
We also accept donations of items we can sell.
Thanks for your support.
Saving one horse won’t change the world, but it will change the world for that one horse.
You can change a Horse's life!
Help us help America's horses and rescues.
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Britten Farms would like to thank all of it's Sponsors. Together we can make a difference.
"Without "U", There is no Rescue."
A HORSE DOESN'T CARE HOW MUCH YOU KNOW UNTIL HE KNOWS HOW MUCH YOU CARE.
It allows people who want to help but are too far away or who are unable to volunteer a significant way to join our effort. Your sponsorship frees up funds to allow the rescue and rehabilitation of more horses who need help. The program is a month-to-month donation so you can stop at any time.
To spot and prevent horse abuse in your neighborhood takes a concerted effort. This means the willingness to keep your eyes and ears open — to pay attention to horses that live in your community.
As a lover of horses you probably know there are agencies that work to protect and save the lives of these animals in your county, and throughout the counry. But for them to be effective, they must rely on good citizens like you to report abuse — they simply don’t have the resources to do it alone.
This is where you can help. You can be the eyes and ears for desperate, helpless horses who can do nothing to stop the