Tomorrow is National Day of the Horse, so we are Launching the 12 Donor Days of Christmas along with it.

Tomorrow is National Day of the Horse.
This day is observed annually on December 13.
It was rightfully set aside for people to celebrate the many contributions that the horse has with our economy, history and character of the United States.
December 13th kicks off our yearly donor drive where we spread the word about the tremendous need to increase the number of monthly sustaining donors.

If we meet our goal of adding 50 new donors who sign up to give $20 a month each month, it means almost an extra $12,000 a year for horses.

It is a full year of square bales for hay the 35 horses calling our main rescue farm home until they are adopted. Wow!

The bulk of the work we do is because of our average monthly givers. Many donors are giving between $5 and $50 dollars each month, and they are collectively, positively reshaping Appalachia for equines! 
So when you read this, if you’re not giving monthly, consider if that is something you can make part of your routine, and I promise you will never regret it!
As a thank you to those already supporting and as an encouragement to those considering becoming donors, starting tomorrow and in the days leading up to Christmas, we will be sharing some of our most awesome videos and stories of rescue from adopters!

Monthly Donors have made sure this rescue has been able to grow from a handful of people trying their best to do what had never succeeded in West Virginia before into a nationally known organization holding as many as 100 horses at a time.
This is because of how you all give!

Check in all day on our Facebook page during December 13th for happy stories of adopted horses!


Heart of Phoenix Equine Rescue, INC
PO box 81 Shoals, WV 25562
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Donate and share, please, for Heart of Phoenix Equine Rescue, INC has never needed you more!

Remember we have a 5 star rating through Greatnonprofits and are a 501(c)3 organization.

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