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Many people ask... How can I Help?

As a non-profit charity, we rely on fund-raising initiatives, donations, and the generosity and support of strangers that become friends to fund the rehabilitation of these wonderful souls.  The rescue requirements fluctuate with each and every group of horses that we receive. All groups require the basics which is a good feed, supplements, and positive human interaction to aid them on the road to recovery. Other groups are needing more than the basics such as intense medical attention along with good feed and supplements, more rehab training, and others need socialization.

Below are the Types of Support We Need





Financial contributions are a tremendous amount of support to our foundation, and because we're a non-profit organization 100% of the funds go directly to the animals for their needs. We use these helpful funds to cover anything from the feed, supplements, medical bills, training, and supplies. 



Donations can be made in multiple ways. Online donations made via Canada helps Pay-pal or an Interac e-transfer. 


Volunteers are a huge part of our non-profit.  There are many different ways that volunteers can help, making them the backbone of our foundation. We have many different volunteering positions so anyone and everyone can be apart of the help. These positions are:


General Volunteers:

General Volunteers are needed for events like Casinos, Bingos, Mane Event, Annual Supper, BBQ's, educational seminars and more. These volunteers will be doing odd jobs and filling positions that are needed to have these important events to be successful. 


Animal Grooming & Socialization helpers:

These helpers work close to the horses to provide care, support, and reassurance to these wounded hearts during their road to recovery. Volunteers for this position will be involved in activities such as brushing, petting, bathing, feeding, emotional support building, and positively socializing sessions. Volunteers under the age of 16 need to be accompanied by a parent or adult.


Board Member:

Board members aids and assist with the general running of the Rescue. When it comes to being a board member there are a few guidelines. You must be over the age of 18, be a member of the Rescue 100 Horses Foundation, and attend and participate in monthly board meetings.


Fundraising Associates:

Fundraising Associates are people who deal with fundraising events, working with and finding sponsors, and creating new ideas and ways to fundraise. If you are wanting to be a fundraising associate you need to be over the age of 18, a member of Rescue 100 Horses, and will report to fundraising coordinator.


If you interested in any of the above positions or have any questions about volunteering please contact us at

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