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Questions about Donations

Cash Donations

Starting a program such as this is a costly adventure so donations are always greatly appreciated.

How do I donate?

Click Here to Access our Donations Page
We accept Checks, Money Orders or Paypal Donations. Click the link above for more information.  We also accept Tack or Stable Equipment, keep reading for more information.

To donate specific items

Please check out our Wish List for ideas. To donate your time see our volunteer information page.

If I make a donation, where does it go?

All of the money donated to Victory Reins will go directly to supporting the program and horses unless specifically designated by the giver. The funds will be used for program expenses, horse care, or to sponsor a disadvantaged child.

Are donations tax deductible?

All Donations are tax deductible.  Victory Reins is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit program that operates solely on donations and the dedication of our volunteers. We are able to supply tax receipts for all donations but are not limited to : monetary donations, horse tack, farm equipment, feed, land, horses, building supplies etc.

Can I donate my tack or horse equipment?

Absolutely! There is always a constant need for tack that is in good condition or stable equipment such as muck forks, wheel barrels, buckets etc. Since we use everything on a daily basis it is in constant need of repair or replacing. Please contact our office and we will be more than happy to discuss your items with you. If we are unable to use your tack or equipment we may sell it to raise money for the farm or pass it on to a good home. Contact Us

Can I donate my horse?

We have accepted horses from different situations however they must posses the qualities that make then safe to work around our children. They must be gentle and agreeable in nature, physically and mentally capable of working up to 4 sessions a day. Because of this reason we are selective in the quality of horses that we accept as donations. Because horse are unique in nature some may prove to not be a good fit for our program. In that case we would contact the donor first and see if they would like their horse back or find a new home for the horse so it could be comfortable in its environment. We can usually tell after 30 days if they will fit into the program. Please contact our office and we will be more than happy to discuss this with you.Contact Us

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