Let's Make A Change
This program will not be successful without the incredible support and generosity of our friends and community.
Rising Hope is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax deductible.
Here are some ways you can donate:
We accept PayPal and written Check via mail for monetary donations
Throughout the year, we schedule fundraising events and sales to support our mission.
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There are always items we need to properly care for our horses, facility, and participants. If you'd rather donate items than money, we welcome your heart to give! Follow the button to our Wish List to see what materials we'd love anytime.
We have many riders who would deeply benefit from participating in more than half or one full session each year, but cannot afford to continue riding. This is where you come in. You're welcome to directly support a rider or riders through their time with Rising Hope by sponsoring their sessions. Feel free to mention them by name, or donate the amount it takes to support any rider in need.
Have a desire to support one of our horses in their care and journey here at Rising Hope? Sponsor the care costs of one of our horses! They receive check-ups from chiropractors, veterinarians, and our farrier regularly. Bedding, feed, supplements, and hay are only the tip of the iceberg for our horses' care and well-being. Partner with our herd - the very foundation of our programs, organization and outreach.
Do you shop via Amazon frequently? Use AmazonSmile! AmazonSmile has the exact items for sale as Amazon since they are run by Amazon.com Incorporated. When you order through AmazonSmile, The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible smile.amazon.com purchases. Tens of millions of products are eligible for donations. You will see eligible products marked “Eligible for AmazonSmile donation” on their smile.amazon.com product detail pages.
Know of a horse that could be a great fit for any of our programs? Follow the button below to tell us more about the horse and how we can speak with their owner or primary contact!