We believe all beings need a SAFE PLACE to heal...

Dove Creek is that place.


Ways To Give

It takes an average of $3,600 per year or $300 per month for training, farrier, feed, veterinary care and supplies, to take care of one horse without health issues at Dove Creek Equine Rescue. To feed all of the horses at the rescue, we purchase 132 bales of hay a year.

Dove Creek Equine Rescue is a 501(c)3 non profit. All donations are tax deductible.

You will receive a receipt for any donation made to Dove Creek.


Make a one time donation

If you would like to make a one time donation with a credit card, please click the link below or you can mail a check to:

Dove Creek Equine Rescue | P.O. Box 8400 | Amarillo, TX 79114

Make a one time credit card donation

 

Monthly Sponsor

If you would like to sponsor a horse or barnyard animal, by making a monthly donation with a credit card, please choose the horse you would like to sponsor and click the link below to setup a recurring payment. Thank you for your support!

Monthly Sponsor
Select the maximum amount you want to pay each month
$ USD
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To make an donation by check, please make the check payable to Dove Creek Equine Rescue and mail to P.O. Box 8400 Amarillo, TX 79114

or click one of the PayPal links above to make a donation by credit card. Thank you for your support!

For questions about sponsorship or additional information, please send us a message or call Erika at 1-877-322-5622 or email info@dovecreekequinerescue.org


 
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Sponsor Levels

Platinum Sponsor - $10,000 & Up

Supports all the care of 3 horses for 12 months or 100 round bales of hay.

Gold Sponsor - $5,000 & Up

Supports all the care of one horse for 16 months or 50 round bales of hay.

Silver Sponsor - $2,500 & Up

Supports all the care of one horse for 8 months or 25 round bales of hay.

Bronze Sponsor - $1,000 Up

Supports all the care of one horse for 3 months or 10 round bales of hay.

Special Thanks - $500 to $999

Supports all the care of one horse for 1 1/2 months or 5 round bales of hay.

 


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