If you are on our mailing list, you probably already know the good news, but we don’t mind saying it all again.
Thank you, thank you, thank you for helping us get food, hay and medical supplies to dozens of horses across the country affected by wildfires, drought and most recently, flooding.
We had the hay and donated fuel, but not the cash to pay the drivers to transport to all those tough, hard-to-reach places in emergency conditions. You came through with just enough donations and we got the job done, completely.
Believe me, these drivers went above the call of duty for what we paid them. But every one of them said it felt great to do these runs, especially when they saw the horses eating up and the grateful looks in their eyes. It is something they will never forget, and want to do more.
Well, now we have the donated fuel and a team of courageous, reliable drivers with hearts of gold, but not the hay.
Can you donate for hay?
This is a matching gift too, backed by a major oil & gas company based in Houston. That is all they will let us to say.
For every bale of hay we buy, they will buy two. Now that’s generous.
We have our eye on a good supply at a good price. It’s hard to find right now as you know and very pricy.
Please make a donation for $1 up to whatever you wish. We need to move fast though, before the price goes up or someone grabs it before we do.
Whatever hay we have left over, we have storage for and can help people with their horses this winter. We do this every Fall, but don’t normally have to call on you for help. But the amount of emergency situations this year, well have pretty much depleted every dollar we have available for this.
Plus, we are already getting emails asking about Hay Balers, because people are worried they won’t be able to find any hay this winter, or afford what they can find.
Remember, helping people keep their horses, keeps these horses safe from kill buyers who will say anything to get their hands on them, especially during rough times.
Thank you for being so wonderful and supportive.
Let’s get busy and raise some hay!
Vivian Grant Farrell