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We are proud to announce the launch of an exciting new crowd funding campaign in partnership with the crowdfunding website, and we need your help.

Crowdfunding is a fun way for you to help the Equine Protection Fund raise money for critically needed projects. For a donation as small as $10 you can make a huge difference at the Equine Protection Fund. Here’s all you need to do...

  1. Visit: and read about our project. We are trying to raise $5,000 to help an estimated 30 horses stay out of the slaughterhouse (Equine Fund program costs currently average $164.83 per individual animal helped whether through feed assistance, gelding, humane euthanasia, or other vet assistance).
  2. Click the donate button and give as much as you feel comfortable providing.
  3. Tell your friends. The project has links to social media like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+.
  4. Sit back and watch our project get funded and know that you made it happen. Super cool!

Thanks again for all of your support. We really appreciate your help and we thank you for participating in this wonderful new technology to ensure deserving horses, donkeys and mules receive kindness and care!

When you support the Equine Protection Fund, you help families like this one, who lost their father and husband after a sudden illness: "I would like to thank you and the Equine Fund for all your help. You will never know how much my family appreciates everything you have done to help us during this difficult time. I have enclosed several photos of my horses happily munching on your generous donation. Thank you again. -- Z.D. and Family"


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VIDEO: Watch the Equine Protection Fund in action (short version) (long version)

PHOTO GALLERY: See some of the individuals assisted thanks to generous supporters like you!

VOLUNTEER: Sign up to volunteer with the Equine Protection Fund

FROM THE DIRECTOR: APNM’s Lisa Jennings on growing up a “horsey” girl

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