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A monthly gift is an easy way to support Habitat for Horses throughout the year. The Habitat for Horses “Virtual Adoption” Program gives you a way to make monthly gifts that provide us with a consistent, reliable income stream, allowing us to focus more resources on our lifesaving programs, and less on raising the necessary funds. It’s easy to budget and it feels great to be making a difference for the horses every month of the year.
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Please mail personal checks and money orders to:

Habitat for Horses, Inc.
P.O. Box 213
Hitchcock, TX 77563
Habitat For Horses

Greener Pastures Land Fund
Habitat for Horses is looking to expand our abilities as an Equine Rescue and our Educational Programs through our Greener Pastures Land Fund.

greener pastures land fund click here to learn more

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Thank you for the food!

From Jerry Finch, President of Habitat for Horses:

Why Donate?

I watched a horse win at a halter class event the other day, a beautiful mare led by a beautiful young lady. A few weeks ago, I saw a perfect thoroughbred win at a jumping event. On both occasions, the adopters wanted me to thank our supporters, because without their help, both of these horses would have died a long time ago.

Last year, Habitat for Horses rescued over 350 horses from situations involving abuse and neglect. While some of the damage might have been caused by a lack of money or knowledge on the part of the owner, it all resulted in a horse coming close to death. The horse entered our gates asking for help, for one more chance, and that chance was given because of our supporters who opened up their hearts and checkbooks.

During the same year, Habitat for Horses found adoptive homes for 330 horses. These homes are inspected every six months, just to insure that the horses are safe, that any problems can be addressed and that both the adopter and the horse are happy. That’s our commitment to the horses we bring in – that they never again will suffer the pains of starvation or the horror of abuse.Read More