Frequently Asked Questions
- Where exactly does the money go?
- Can I designate my contribution for a particular project?
- Is there a minimum contribution amount?
- Who is ... ?
- What is ... ?
- When is ... ?
Where exactly does the money go?
Horse care, and caring for the property so it is always available for the continued care of horses in need. The property is leased by C.V.M.R and we hope the rescue continues for years after we are gone. Many horses have been rescued, rehabilitated, some even purchased from the feed lots to save horses from going to slaughter. We bring them to the rescue, most are then available for adoption, there are a few horse residents that remain with C.V.M.R permanently due to their physical and emotional situations. This facility is run completely by members that friend their time. We also have friends that are not members.
Through the cooperation of local business people and help from our members and friends, we're able to keep expenses as low as possible, but providing for these animals is still costly. Here are a few examples of costs for just one horse . . .
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization through the Federal government.
- Yes, we have many projects that need done, contact us to see what we are needing done at the facility. We have many projects that we are just waiting for funds to start or complete!
No! We are thrilled to accept donations in any amount. We also appreciate donations of needed services, equine horse-care products and feed. If you've recently lost an equine companion, and would like to donate your tack, corals or left-over (good quality) hay or grain, please give us a call at 760 808-6279.
There is no such thing as an insignificant donation. Every penny counts!