How to make a difference, pt 2

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How to make a difference, pt 2

How to make a difference, pt 2

July 1st @ 11PM

Snow and Gideon are the best at saying thank you for saving their lives, they are always happy and playful, it’s as if they understand that their lives are a precious gift. They are celebrating their 2 year birthdays today and tomorrow!

It’s hard to explain how important your support is, except when you see the before and after in person. This is their thank you video for everyone who donated today and all of their sponsors.

This outcome is the stuff you dream of when you are nursing them back to health but don’t know if they are going to make it.
Luckily, as long as there are enough people who support us – not just giving them a voice but also giving them a few dollars – we can do the humane thing.

But it is not easy saving foals like this, it takes funds to pay vet bills, but also enormous time commitments for their care 24/7, expertise in raising them, and a good facility.

But SRWHMG has been hit hard with a Covid19 drop in donations. These rescued horses still have to be fed, and field programs like birth control and study, have to continue in order to keep them wild and free.

It was never easy, – raising enough money to manage it all – but now, in this difficult time for everyone, it seems almost impossible.
We want to thank the 65 donators to our fundraiser today, that’s who this video is meant for. But we are hoping to reach our goal and even more of our followers, we have 80.000!

If you love these horses and you are for their humane management, please help raise the monthly support needed for the Salt River Wild Horse Management Group (SRWHMG). We are now just $9000 behind in bills.

💵 It only takes a few dollars as long as everybody does it. Here are 10 easy ways🐴:


We are an accredited 501(c)3 and your donation is tax deductible.


“To leave the world a better place, to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived, this is to have succeeded. “

Ralph Waldo Emerson.