You can also send a tax deductible contribution by check or money order made payable to Front Range Equine Rescue.
Front Range Equine Rescue
PO Box 458
Ocala, FL 34478
Please indicate with your donation if you do not wish to have your name/address placed on our mailing list OR do not want your name/address to be sold. And in order to keep our records up-to-date, please notify us immediately of any address corrections or other changes. Click here to send us corrected name/address information.
*Note: FRER does not collect personal information about its donors. It does maintain donor records with name, address, and telephone number (if provided) in a secure database.
Your legacy helps to ensure that Front Range Equine Rescue can continue its work on behalf of abused and neglected horses for a long time.
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When working on your estate planning, consider the following: Bequests: Including FRER in your living trust, will or other estate plan assures that we can continue to rescue and care for horses in need. FRER can be named as a beneficiary of a portion, or all, of your estate. You can also bequest a particular asset to FRER. Tangible property, such as homes, can be gifted to Front Range Equine Rescue, as well as portfolios included in your will, or put into a trust or annuity, naming FRER as the beneficiary.
Another easy way to make a substantial donation is to name Front Range Equine Rescue as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy. The same holds true for IRAs or 401(K) plans. Over the years, some donors have chosen to donate stock shares to FRER. We can then cash them at times when the stock market is doing well.
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Front Range Equine Rescue encourages individuals to sponsor a rescue horse during its rehabilitation phase. Sponsors are asked to provide a minimum of $25 per month (tax deductible) to help offset some of the expenses incurred with horse care. A brief bio and photo are sent to the sponsor. To sponsor a horse(s), please email FRER with your request by clicking here.
You can choose retired horses or those in rehabilitation or training assessment to sponsor.
Our retired horses are available for sponsorship Click Here For More Info!
Our VA horses are also available for sponsorship Click Here For More Info!
Help the horses by purchasing FRER’s merchandise which includes t-shirts, coffee mugs, visors, blankets, calendars and more. You may order merchandise by using our online shopping cart found on the FRER Merchandise webpage. Or order through the mail. Send the item name, quantity, cost, and a check to us at Front Range Equine Rescue, PO Box 458, Ocala, FL 34478. Indicate color and size on shirt orders. Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.
Contact Cars Helping Charities (866-701-2277 or 303-423-2277) to find out how to donate any vehicle (car, truck, snowmobile, ATV, trailer, etc.) working or not, andspecify that you want a portion of the sale price to benefit Front Range Equine Rescue.
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