Have your donation to help wild horses matched at 50%!

/ In The News, News

Photo taken at RTF’s San Luis Obispo satellite sanctuary by Meg Frederick.

It’s time to make a big difference for wild horses and burros, #LittlebyLittle!
—Starting tonight at 9 p.m. Pacific (midnight Eastern) on Sunday, April 7, your donation to Return to Freedom of up to $50 will be matched at 50%!
That means your $50 gift with become a $75 donation!
What difference will that make? $28 feeds one our rescued horses for a week!
How great is the need? Our sanctuary’s hay costs this year are expected to reach $500,000.
👉 Please note: Donations made before 9 p.m. Pacific / midnight East on Sunday, April 7, will not receive a match.
Many great organizations doing fantastic work around the world are participating in the #LittlebyLittle campaign — $200,000 in matching funds is sure to vanish fast!
🔸 Alone, feeding and caring for 450 wild horses and burros captured in government roundups may seem impossible, but working together we can continue to provide them with a safe have while also:
🔸 fighting for policies that keep wild horses and burros on our public lands and end horse slaughter;
🔸preserving rare genetic strains that represent our living and cultural history, including some that already gone from the wild;
🔸 and educating the public about what is happening to wild horses, burros and their habitat so that we can work together to change it before it’s too late.
The fine print:
GlobalGiving will match donations of up to $50 per unique donor per organization until matching funds run out.
Gifts of more than $50 are welcome but only the first $50 will receive a match.
The #LIttlebyLittle campaign continues until Friday, April 12 at 8:59 p.m. Pacific / 11:59 Eastern — or until matching funds run out.
What is GlobalGiving? A nonprofit organization that supports other nonprofits working to make the world a better place by connecting them to donors and companies. Since 2002, GlobalGiving has helped raise $919 million for 37,000 projects in more than 175 countries.