Volunteer your time, talent, and skills
Many organizations would love help around the barn. Some need web site assistance. You could distribute flyers. Trainers are always needed! If you have a talent or skill, call, I am sure someone will put you to work!
Help with vet & feed bills, participate in sponsorship programs, donate equipment (even 2nd hand), donate medical supplies or wormers or supplements, even phone cards for use during site inspections and field investigations.
Adopt A Rescued Horse
Your adoption can make room at a rescue barn for another horse in need! A lot of rescues are on line. Conduct a search through your browser with the key words – Horse, Equine, Adoption, Rescue, Placement.
Start a Fundraiser
You don’t always need to be in the field to help. Doing online or community fundraisers is the best way to do your part for the animals.
Write to Your Local Legislators
Advocate for animal cruelty laws and contact your legislators. Some are even online!
Give Recognition to Law Enforcement When Due
Every day, these unsung heroes risk life and limb to protect and serve! When they do something to help an animal, make sure you give them credit and say Thank You on behalf of the animals!
Contact the Media in Your Area
Try to get reporters interested in doing a story. This can help get animals adopted or sponsored.
Document and Report Cruelty, Abuse & Neglect
New York has laws against failing to provide horses with food, water and sustenance! Sustenance has been successfully defined and interpreted in cases to include shelter and veterinary care. Please call your local police, and let them do their work!