Funds raised will benefit horses and burros saved from cruelty, roundups and life threatening danger including slaughter by helping to pay for their most essential lifesaving needs including veterinary medical care, transport, nutritional hay and feed and hoof care.
Innocent animal victims of cruelty depend us to provide for their emergency medical care, surgery, rehabilitation treatments, follow-up Doctor visits, castrations for the males, good nutrition, vitamins, feed, worming, hoof care and any other specialized care needed. We also provide sanctuary services for those who cannot be adopted or placed elsewhere because of a traumatic accident, injury, illness or a special needs situation. They come to us traumatized, shattered, desperate and betrayed. With us they find quality tender loving care, safety, compassion, dignity, trust, hope and a new beginning.
Your kind, generous and tax deductible donation makes it possible for our all volunteer charity to respond quickly to medical animal emergencies which is crucial to saving lives. Donations also help to provide nutritious hay to restore health for starvation victims and keep rescued equines fed.
The Wild For Life Foundation is a 501 c3 all volunteer charity that relies 100% on tax deductible donations to provide a caring, loving refuge for orphaned, distressed, injured, and displaced horses and burros in need.
Donations received through this fundraiser help pay for the most essential needs for starvation, neglect and roundup survivors, slaughter survivors, orphaned foals, mamas and their babies, pregnant mares, injured and abused equines.
No donation is too small. Every dollar will help to make a difference for horses and burros in need. Thank you
Wild For Life Foundation is a 501 c(3) charity dedicated to saving, protecting and preserving equines. Donations to the Wild For Life Foundation are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. Please consider making a compassionate donation and please share this important fundraiser with your friends today. Thank you.