Get on Board All Year Long!

I'm on Board...Literally!
In celebration of National Help a Horse Day, I want to support Freedom Hill Horse Rescue’s effort to build run-in shelters and other building projects for the rescue horses at the following sponsorship level:

                      Board Level     $10

                      Beam Support  $25

                      Roof Support   $50

                      Foundation      $100

Freedom Hill Horse Rescue

To "Get on Board" using a debit card or credit card through PayPal, please click on the "Donate" button above according to the sponsorship level of your choice.

Please remember to tell us what you would like inscribed on your board before you check out.  
After entering your name, card number, and billing information, click "Review Donation and Continue" at the bottom.  Add your inscription in the box labeled "Add special instruction for the recipient."  Be sure to click the "Donate Now" button when finished. If you do not write an inscription, we will contact you by email to confirm you wish to remain anonymous.  

Examples of Inscriptions: Your Name, "John Smith," or Your Family Name, "The Smith Family", or if you would like a short inscription of 12 words or less, "In Memory of Big Red- The Smith Family"; "The wind of heaven is that which blows between a horse's ears"; "Rescue a horse and his heart will be yours forever." - Melody Parrish.

If you would prefer to "Get on Board" by check or money order,

please download and complete the GET ON BOARD form

and mail to: Freedom Hill Horse Rescue, Attn: Get on Board, P.O. Box 606, Dunkirk, MD 20754.

Why Run-ins?
A run-in shelter is located in the pasture and provide horses free choice of shelter during inclement weather. These structures allow us to keep horses on pasture 24/7, which has many documented health benefits compared to being confined to a stall in the barn. Building these shelters will also provide additional space to house more rescue horses on-site.  After the run in shelters are built, we will use additional boards that are sponsored for other building projects for the horses.

Questions about Getting on Board?