Ways to Give

To support our efforts in saving the lives of horses, Front Range Equine Rescue raises funds year-round.

Income is generated through individual contributions, corporate sponsors, matching gifts, foundation grants, a direct mail program, merchandise, adoption fees, and bequests.

All donations to Front Range Equine Rescue are tax-deductible.

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More Tax-Deductible Donation Options

You can send a tax-deductible contribution by check or money order made payable to Front Range Equine Rescue.

Mail to:
Front Range Equine Rescue
PO Box 458
Ocala, FL 34478
Click here to download and print our donation form.

Please indicate with your donation if you do not wish to have your name and/or address placed on our mailing list OR do not want your name and/or address to be shared. We do not rent or sell our mail list but occasionally share it with similar organizations. In order to keep our records up-to-date, please notify us immediately of any address corrections or other changes. To send corrected name/address information, email us at [email protected]. Our email list is kept private and never rented, sold, or shared.

*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.


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Estate Giving

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.

  • Our tax ID#, which most attorneys will request, is 84-1418525.
  • Contact us at 352-209-7510 or [email protected] with any other questions.

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.


Matching Gifts

Check with the Human Resources Department of your employer (this includes retirees) to see if they offer a matching gift program for charitable contributions. You can double the amount of your gift to help the horses by participating in your employer’s matching gift program.

Cars Helping Charities

CarsContact 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, and specify that you want a portion of the sale price to benefit Front Range Equine Rescue.